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Redwoods Matters
January 12, 2021
Modern fires in ancient forests
Video
Modern fires in ancient forests
League Director of Science Kristen Shive talks about California’s unprecedented fire season in 2020 and its effects on our iconic coast redwood and giant sequoia forests.
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Raised by the Oakland redwoods
Podcast
Raised by the Oakland redwoods
In the first episode of the League’s new podcast, “I’ll Go If You Go,” host Leslie Parra rings in the new year with Miguel Marquez. Born and raised in Oakland, he talks about the role that his Mexican-American heritage and family time in redwood parks played in developing his love for nature and ultimately his career path as a park ranger.
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How to exist on Indigenous land, according to redwoods
Indigenous perspective
How to exist on Indigenous land, according to redwoods
Shaandiin Cedar, a Diné (Navajo) woman, talks about her experience on Indigenous land in both California and New Zealand—with spectacular coast redwood forests as the setting.
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Contributions exceed goal for Redwood Parks Fund
Campaign
Contributions exceed goal for Redwood Parks Fund
2020 showed us that even in the most difficult of times, supporters like you greatly value the beauty and inspiration of our coast redwood and giant sequoia parks. The final days of the year were no exception.
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Governor’s proposed forestry investments are a bold step
Policy
Governor’s proposed forestry investments are a bold step
In the wake of the record-breaking wildfires of 2020, League President and CEO Sam Hodder applauds Gov. Gavin Newsom for including substantial funding in the state’s annual budget for forestry and wildfire resilience.
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Our 20 big stories from 2020
What a year
Our 20 big stories from 2020
To say that 2020 was eventful—for the League and for pretty much everyone on the planet—is the understatement of the century. While we weathered many storms together, we also experienced many moments of hope and big conservation wins.
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THE LEAGUE IN THE NEWS
They’re among the oldest living things in the world. The climate crisis is killing them.
New York Times
 
California’s sequoias and redwoods can survive climate change—if we help them
National Geographic
 
Fire-damaged Big Basin receives $543,000 in donations for recovery
San Francisco Chronicle
 
Save the Redwoods League buys Cascade Creek
Half Moon Bay Review
 
Trail to the Titans
Mail Tribune
 
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