Save the Redwoods League
About Save the Redwoods League
We can all agree there are some places on Earth that are so special that they are worth saving. This shared belief motivated our founders to establish Save the Redwoods League in 1918. Since then, the League has served to protect nearly 200,000 acres of redwood ecosystems and we have aided in the development of dozens of redwood parks and reserves.
As we approach our Centennial, Save the Redwoods League continues to expand its reach, launching landscape-scale restoration projects, funding progressive scientific research, and promoting opportunities for all people to connect to the beauty and wonder of these majestic trees and their habitats.