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Redwoods Matters
May 11, 2021
Coast redwoods bouncing back in Big Basin
Post-fire
Coast redwoods bouncing back in Big Basin
While Big Basin Redwoods State Park remains closed to the public, League staff recently toured the landscape and found lots of regrowth among the coast redwoods. The League’s Paul Ringgold describes the science behind all the new green.
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Tell lawmakers to fully fund wildfire preparedness
Policy
Tell lawmakers to fully fund wildfire preparedness
With California just months removed from the most extensive wildfire season in its history, lawmakers have yet to fully fund the forest management, wildfire prevention, and recovery programs that we need as we move closer to the next wildfire season. Please urge your representatives to expedite this vital funding.
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Redwood Sky Walk set to take nature lovers to new heights
View from above
Redwood Sky Walk set to take nature lovers to new heights
The new Redwood Sky Walk in Eureka’s Sequoia Park Zoo will give visitors a unique view of the redwood canopy when it opens on June 4. The new canopy trail rises more than 100 feet above the forest floor in the city’s community forest, which includes California’s oldest zoo and amazing old-growth titans.
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Bill seeks to ensure that every person has affordable access to nature
Access
Bill seeks to ensure that every person has affordable access to nature
Nature is critical to the health and well-being of all people. That’s why Save the Redwoods League supports a new bill that would make it a state policy that access to nature and its benefits are human rights and that every person should have safe and affordable outdoor access.
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How to stand up (like a redwood)
Podcast
How to stand up (like a redwood)
In the latest episode of “I’ll Go If You Go,” we talk with Rebecca Au, who worked with her colleagues at the National Park Service to develop upstander training. Also known as bystander intervention, it teaches people how to practice allyship and intervene when others are being harassed, whether in parks and public lands or in everyday life.
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Spending Memorial Day in the redwoods is easy with our online planner
Travel
Spending Memorial Day in the redwoods is easy with our online planner
Whether it’s a daylong excursion or a longer trip, get all the information about California’s redwood parks on the League’s Explore Redwoods website.
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THE LEAGUE IN THE NEWS
Big Basin Redwoods: Slow progress on rebuilding after wildfire, “a massive job”
Mercury News
 
Mill Creek Dam in San Vicente Redwoods, set to be removed
Santa Cruz Sentinel
 
California's mighty Redwood trees in need of help, only 5% of original forest still stands
CBS8 News San Diego
 
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