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Conservation Organizations

Save the Redwoods often partners with nonprofits operating at the national, state and local levels.
The League joined other conservation organizations in the Living Landscape Initiative to protect the San Vicente Redwoods (formerly CEMEX Redwoods) property.
The League joined other conservation organizations in the Living Landscape Initiative to protect the San Vicente Redwoods (formerly CEMEX Redwoods) property.

Save the Redwoods often partners with nonprofits operating at the national, state and local levels. For example, we’ve joined a passionate group of conservation organizations in and around Silicon Valley to protect the area’s vast open spaces, broad biodiversity, productive working lands and dramatic natural beauty, including redwood forests. The Living Landscape Initiative (LLI), includes The Land Trust of Santa Cruz County (external link)The Nature Conservancy (external link)Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) (external link) and Sempervirens Fund (external link).

We also give grants to schools and park cooperating associations such as Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive Association (external link) and Stewards of the Coast & Redwoods (external link).

We are also working with The Garden Club of America to help restore trail access in Humboldt Redwoods State Park. Learn more about the League’s long history and new partnership opportunity with The Garden Club of America.

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