The League has purchased Andersonia West, a 523-acre Mendocino County property in the remote Northern California area known as the Lost Coast. The purchase protects 200 acres of old-growth coast redwoods and imperiled species habitat.
With all of its north coast redwood parks closed to the public under the shelter-in-place order, California State Parks staff launched an innovative virtual strategy to give tens of thousands of people around the globe a close look at the big trees.
In a major victory for our natural treasures—including redwoods—the Great American Outdoors Act has been signed into law, locking in billions of dollars for national parks, outdoor recreation facilities, and land conservation across the country.
Join host Jayrlin Molina on a stroll through the Lady Bird Johnson Grove in Redwood National Park. This is the second video in a series produced through a partnership between Latino Outdoors and Save the Redwoods League.
What if we restored California’s great redwood forests to their former glory? This is the question that drives donors who are enthusiastic about this incredible opportunity to support Forever Forest: The Campaign for the Redwoods.
Does your nonprofit organization have a great idea for a redwoods program? Our Redwood Connect Grants are designed to foster equitable access to parks, community-driven connections with nature, and a deeper understanding of the many different attributes and benefits of redwood forests.