Since 1918, Save the Redwoods League has worked to protect and restore redwood forests and connect people to peace and beauty.
The League has pioneered innovative, science-based forest-restoration work, educated thousands of students about the uniqueness and resilience of these wild marvels of nature, improved access to parkland, and helped create parks and reserves that have touched the lives of millions of people from all over the world.
The East Bay Regional Park District partners with the Save the Redwoods League to offer educational programs at Redwood Regional Park – just one of the places redwoods can be seen in the East Bay.
Explore the legacy of the Save the Redwoods League by visiting StandForTheRedwoods.org, where you’ll find upcoming events, history, and 100 ways you can celebrate redwoods during the League’s centennial celebration.
Coast redwoods soar toward the sky at the East Bay Regional Park District’s Redwood Regional Park, Oakland
Dave Mason, Public Information Supervisor