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Redwoods Matters
November 10, 2020
A word about the 2020 election and redwoods
The path forward
A word about the 2020 election and redwoods
Assuming that the current election results stand, the League will immediately seek to pursue opportunities with President-Elect Joe Biden’s administration on funding for forest land conservation, restoration, wildfire preparedness, climate change, and much more.
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Your first redwoods experience
Video
Your first redwoods experience
Parks are a great way to experience redwoods, and everyone remembers the moment they first stood face-to-face with a coast redwood or giant sequoia. Check out this video and reminisce about your first time in the redwood forest.
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Wildfire policy is forest policy is climate policy
Policy
Wildfire policy is forest policy is climate policy
Gov. Gavin Newsom is rightly taking the long view and calling for a renewed investment in natural and working lands as key elements of California’s strategy for fighting climate change.
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Surveying fire impacts at Alder Creek
Giant sequoia
Surveying fire impacts at Alder Creek
A month after the Castle Fire (also known as the SQF Complex Fire) moved through the League’s Alder Creek property, staff were allowed onto the property to assess the effects of the fire on the giant sequoia forest.
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To protect and restore the redwoods, first we must connect
Inspiration
To protect and restore the redwoods, first we must connect
Connecting people to the redwoods is fundamental to our efforts to protect and restore them. Having a unique ability to instill wonder and capture our imaginations, the redwoods inspire a sense of stewardship and a shared commitment to preserving our environment for future generations. 
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It’s Native American Heritage Month
History
It’s Native American Heritage Month
Throughout the month of November, Save the Redwoods League will observe Native American Heritage Month. Watch our social media for posts highlighting the connection between California’s Indigenous peoples and the redwoods. In the meantime, check out this terrific video from California State Parks about the Yurok way of life.
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THE LEAGUE IN THE NEWS
Peter Douglas Trail through Shady Dell candelabra redwood trees reopened
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11 Places to See (Stunning) Redwood Trees in California [2020]
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