Save the Redwoods League

Research from Save the Redwoods League and Humboldt State University Confirms Significant Role of Redwood Forests in California’s Climate Fight

Another reason to stop the Felta Creek Loggers: “Prior to industrial logging, California had more than 2 million acres of ancient redwoods, but now only about 113,000 acres of old-growth redwood forests remain, largely protected in parks and preserves. According to Sillett’s team, there can be up to 890 metric tons of carbon (1 metric …

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Family’s legendary grove of old-growth redwoods preserved

“This is one of the most extraordinary conservation opportunities that we’ve seen in generations,” said Sam Hodder, president of the Redwoods League, as he stood one recent day next to a tree that forest biologists believe is the thickest and possibly the oldest of the 1,450 ancient trees in the grove: at 19 feet in …

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