Save-the-Redwoods League

The Save-the-Redwoods League was founded in 1918. As a leader of the movement to preserve the coast redwood and giant sequoia, the League has assisted in permanently protecting hundreds of thousands of acres of redwood forestland. Since its formation, the League has assisted in the purchase of more than 6 of every 10 acres of protected redwoods in California’s State Parks. The League has helped preserve 165,000 acres of ancient redwoods. In addition to extensive work in the heart of the North Coast’s redwood region, the League has assisted in the development of many parks in the southern range of the redwoods including Portola, Butano, Big Basin, Julia Pfeiffer Burns, Wilder Ranch, and Limekiln State Parks.

Address: 114 Sansome Street Room 1200
San Francisco, CA 94104