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Redwoods Matters
March 9, 2021
Redwoods Rising is rebuilding an ancient forest
Restoration
Redwoods Rising is rebuilding an ancient forest
Redwoods Rising is built on a bold idea: We can take a redwood forest ravaged by clearcutting 60 years ago and set it on a path to healthy growth. The League’s Laura Lalemand shows what this looks like.
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Webinar on Friday: Redwoods Rising — rebuilding California's iconic forests
Webinar
Tune in on Friday: Redwoods Rising — rebuilding California's iconic forests
Deep in the wilds of Northern California, an amazing project is taking place to restore more than 70,000 acres of redwood forest to its former glory. Join us live on our Facebook page at noon on Friday, March 12, as we explore the Big Idea that is Redwoods Rising.
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Land protection movement could have big implications for redwoods
30 by 30
Land protection movement could have big implications for redwoods
Governor Gavin Newsom and President Joe Biden have embraced a bold movement to protect 30% of our land by 2030. This is likely to have wide-ranging implications for stewarding our natural treasures—and that could include the protection of coast redwood and giant sequoia forests.
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Cultivating connection and creativity in the forest
Podcast
Cultivating connection and creativity in the forest
Toni Maggi-Brown is a wildlife biology student at Humboldt State University and a photographer who combines creativity with conservation. In the latest episode of I’ll Go If You Go, step into Toni’s world in the ancient redwood forests of California’s north coast, where he worked last summer as a wildlife apprentice for Redwoods Rising.
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Download these great virtual redwoods backgrounds for your next video meeting
Zoom
Download these great virtual redwoods backgrounds for your next video meeting
Bring the magic of the redwood forests to your next virtual meeting, with our collection of free redwoods-inspired backgrounds
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Meet the League women making history in the redwoods
Women’s History Month
Meet the League women making history in the redwoods
These members of the League’s conservation team are making their mark protecting and restoring redwood forests and connecting people to welcoming and resonant redwoods experiences.
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Dog-friendly redwood parks guide
Dog Days
Download our free guide to dog-friendly redwood parks
For many of us, dogs are members of the family, and it only seems natural to take them with us to the redwoods. But it’s important to do so safely and obey all the rules to protect your dogs and the natural places you visit. Download our free guide to the best places to take your furry friends.
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THE LEAGUE IN THE NEWS
Prominent redwood forest preserved in $24.7 million deal
Mercury News
 
Environmental deal protects swath of redwood forest in Mendocino County
San Francisco Chronicle
 
Dog people, there's a new guide to fun in the redwoods
NBC Los Angeles
 
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