Save-the-Redwoods League

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Save-the-Redwoods League

Address:114 Sansome St, Rm 1200
San Francisco, CA 94104

Phone:415-362-2352
Fax:415-362-7017
Phone:888-836-0005
Web: www.savetheredwoods.org
Established: 1918. Description:Dedicated to acquiring and protecting California's ancient forests. Helped to establish the Redwood park system and works on expanding permanent protection of forest lands. Six out of every ten acres of California redwoods currently protected were saved through the work of the League. Members: 50,000. Dues: $19/year.
Publications: Bulletin (biannually); free to members.

See other parks in California.
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At LCI, Robert will be involved with accounts including MetLife and SFJAZZ, as well as Save the Redwoods League and the American Craft Council, among others.
The data will be invaluable to California redwood conservationists, such as Save the Redwoods League, the Conservation Fund and the Redwood Forest Foundation.
Also here is John Dewitt, president of the Save the Redwoods League, a venerable organization whose relationship with the Sierra Club has sometimes been contentious, despite close links between the two groups.
She has led campaigns for such clients as: NBC Universal, Whole Foods Market, MetLife, Emirates Airline, Tishman Speyer/The Infinity, Hilton Hotels, California State Parks Foundation, Asian Art Museum, American Craft Council, Save the Redwoods League, TRUSTe and DeVry University.
Protecting Forests to Protect Watersheds - $200,000 is awarded to the Trust for Public Land and the Save the Redwoods League, both based in San Francisco.
5-foot behemoth in Ukiah, California's Montgomery Woods State Reserve was declared tallest of the tall by state park rangers and the San Francisco-based Save the Redwoods League after a winter storm knocked 10 feet off the height of the previous record holder in Redwood National Park in Del Norte County, California.
The following agencies and organizations partnered with the Sonoma Land Trust to make the purchase a reality: the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Coastal Estuarine Land Conservation Program, the California State Coastal Conservancy, the California Wildlife Conservation Board, the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Forest Legacy Program, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Wildlands Conservancy, the Save the Redwoods League, and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.
The Wildlands Conservancy, Save the Redwoods League, and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, which provided bridge loans totaling $16 million to make the acquisition possible in advance of anticipated grant funds from the State Coastal Conservancy and Wildlife Conservation Board.
Ruskin Hartley, Executive Director of Save the Redwoods League, Comments on Signed Fiscal Year 2009-10 State Budget and Funding Cuts for State Parks
SAN FRANCISCO -- "Californians have overwhelmingly called for the Legislature and Governor Schwarzenegger to find a solution to save state parks," said Ruskin Hartley, executive director of Save the Redwoods League.
Ruskin Hartley, Executive Director of Save the Redwoods League, Comments on Budget Conference Committee Action to Enact the State Park Access Pass
SAN FRANCISCO -- Save the Redwoods League, the only nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting ancient redwood forests throughout their natural range, announced today a free statewide photo contest to encourage people to share striking images from the world's tallest forests.