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Redwoods Matters
February 9, 2021
League safeguards nearly 15,000 acres in Mendocino County
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League safeguards nearly 15,000 acres in Mendocino County
The League today announced the protection of Mailliard Ranch, a 14,838-acre property in southern Mendocino County. The $24.7 million project secures three conservation easements across the entire property, permanently removing the threat of subdivision and development.
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Giant sequoia felled by strong winds in Mariposa Grove
Storm
Giant sequoia felled by strong winds in Mariposa Grove
Yosemite’s Mariposa Grove remains closed indefinitely after recent high winds felled at least 15 giant sequoia in the area and caused considerable damage to park infrastructure.
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Buffalo Soldiers protected giant sequoia groves
Black History Month
Buffalo Soldiers protected giant sequoia groves
More than a century ago, African American soldiers played a critical role managing and stewarding Yosemite National Park and Sequoia National Park in the Sierra Nevada.
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Skateboarding in the redwoods
Free wheelin’
Skateboarding in the redwoods
There are countless ways to enjoy the redwoods, and yes, skateboarding is one of them. Here are some tips on how to do it right.
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Former park ranger brings unbridled enthusiasm to outdoor education
I'll Go If You Go
Former park ranger brings unbridled enthusiasm to outdoor education
Our latest podcast episode features Farrahn Hawkins, a former park ranger at Yosemite National Park and a self-described “community and economic development enthusiast” who loves helping people achieve their life goals through education and the lens of nature.
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Help make forever happen for the redwoods
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Help make forever happen for the redwoods
Under the right conditions, a coast redwood or giant sequoia forest will last forever. But in modern times, it hasn’t been that way. With your help, we can set these beautiful landscapes back on the right path.
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THE LEAGUE IN THE NEWS
Redwoods are made to survive fire, but they don't live alone in the forest
CNET
 
Newsom's budget calls for investment in prescribed fire to combat catastrophic blazes
San Francisco Chronicle
 
New York Times journalist explores the effect of climate change on California's iconic trees
Valley Public Radio
 
Shultz widow, family save Mendocino County old-growth redwood forest in $24.7 million deal
Press Democrat
 
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