1. Learn about redwoods at SaveTheRedwoods.org/aboutredwoods. 2. Visit a redwood park or a local nature area. Use our Redwoods Finder Interactive Map to locate a park and find out what to do there: SaveTheRedwoods.org/maps 3. Talk with your family and friends about how special redwoods are. Ask them to sign this pledge, too! 4. Walk or bike instead of using the car. For every mile,…
Since 1918, Save the Redwoods League has protected and restored redwood forests and connected…Read More
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We only need SIX more pledgers TODAY to reach our goal! Take a break from holiday shopping to take in the beauty of the redwood forest. You…Read More
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Thanks to all of you who’ve taken our pledge! We're only 14 pledges away from reaching our goal! Please ask your friends to take the pledge…Read More
One of our dedicated pledgers, Sheila Butler, shared why she thinks redwoods are worth protecting. Thanks, Sheila!
"Redwoods are my spiritual cathedrals. I am never in their awe inspiring presence without tears in my eyes and I love and appreciate the overwhelming feeling I have of being an…Read More