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If you can't visit California, see the links below for the many other ways you can experience, learn about, support and share these natural wonders.

Redwood National Park

Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park. Photo by Jon Parmentier

Get Involved with the League

Redwood Watch

Become a Citizen Scientist

Join the League's new Redwood Watch project today to help redwoods survive in the future.

Volunteer with the League

Volunteer to Help Redwoods

Contribute your time and talents to the League.

Show Your Support

Support a Project

Support a Project

These protection and restoration projects need your donations to succeed.

'Vision for Excellence for California's State Parks' Report

Support California State Parks

Keep up on how to pitch in for redwoods in state parks.

Happy Birthday eCard. Photo by Julie Martin

Send Free Ecards

Share the beauty of the redwoods for birthdays, holidays and anytime.

Kids, Sign a Pledge

Get Artistic

Art Contest for Kids
Submit your redwood art
'Creature', by Ronilo Felipe, 1st place winner of the 2011 Photo Contest

View Our Photo Contest

See gorgeous photos that spotlight the beauty of redwood forests and the importance of protecting these natural treasures now and in the future.

Don't forget to subscribe to our free monthly enewsletter, Redwood Matters, to stay informed about the latest redwoods hikes, events, special offers, contests, fun facts, photos and more!

Hidden Park Gems, Valentine's Redwoods Gifts

In the deep folds of the Santa Cruz Mountains, you'll find the largest stand of ancient redwoods south of San Francisco at Big Basin Redwoods State Park, the perfect place for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, picnicking and more.

Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve

HIGHLIGHTS: Just a few miles north of the Russian River at Guerneville, Armstrong Redwoods and Austin Creek are complementary parks totaling more than 6,000 acres.

Park Highlights & Visitor Information »