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Governance

The mission of Save the Redwoods League is to protect and restore redwood forests and connect people with their peace and beauty so these wonders of the natural world flourish.

A dedicated volunteer Board of Councillors and Board of Directors govern the nonprofit Save the Redwoods League.

A dedicated volunteer Board of Councillors and Board of Directors govern the nonprofit Save the Redwoods League. Many of these board members and League staff members are pictured here. Photo by Mark Bult

Learn about the Save the Redwoods League Councillors, Board of Directors, senior staff members and accountability.

Photo by Mark Bult

Councillors

Our 60-member voting Board of Councillors elects the Board of Directors. These volunteers also serve on committees and advise the League. They reflect the wide array of people who are passionate about and committed to the redwoods.

Photo by Paolo Vescia

Board of Directors

Nine Councillors elected to this board set League policy and approve the budget and all land purchases. The Secretary and Executive Director is a nonvoting member of the Board of Directors who implements policies established by the Directors.

Photo by Paolo Vescia
Photo by Miguel Vieira, Flickr Creative Commons

You Can Protect a New Gateway to Giants

You may know about our Santa Cruz Mountains Old-Growth Campaign to protect some of the most beautiful ancient redwood forests still standing less than an hour's drive from the bustle of the South San Francisco Bay Area. Now we've added another magnificent forest to this campaign, and you have the chance to complete the project to restore and open this easy-access gateway to Peters Creek Old-Growth Forest. Learn more about this addition and how you can help.

Forest of Nisene Marks State Park

HIGHLIGHTS: The Forest of Nisene Marks, only 5 miles northeast of Santa Cruz, is wild and expansive.

Park Highlights & Visitor Information »