Help us gain permanent federal protection for this unique property
Grassroots protector of local redwood forests deepens ties to the organization
New leader brings strong mix of conservation and nonprofit management experience to California’s oldest land trust
Communications and Engagement Specialist brings insights on open space outreach to underserved communities
Exciting announcements were made to a crowd of over 1,500 people at our Santa Cruz Redwoods National Monument Campaign Kick-off.
Learn about our National Monument proposal at this event featuring former Secretary of the Interior, Bruce Babbitt.
The passage of these two November 2014 ballot initiatives brings benefits to the Santa Cruz Mountains and Bay Area open space.
The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors unanimously approves major new facilities to modernize Castle Rock State Park.
The ecologically sensitive timber harvest plan filed with Cal Fire reinvests proceeds to care for the forest.
Google Recruiter and Santa Cruz Basketball Star has been drafted by “team redwoods”
The Prop. 1 Water Bond will fund key agencies that help protect watersheds in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
The State’s funding provides the crucial last piece to permanently protect the largest redwood forest in the Santa Cruz Mountains (aside from established parks).
Long-Time Environmental Policy Leader Fred Keeley Elected Sempervirens Fund President to Protect the Local Redwood Forests and Create the Great…
The largest parcel of redwood forest in the San Francisco-San Jose area has a new name and a new future:…
Sempervirens Fund and Save the Redwoods League have protected 33 acres of redwood forest in San Mateo County, in the heart of the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Join us in welcoming Patrick Gibbons to the Sempervirens Fund team as Finance Director. A San Francisco native and dedicated nonprofit finance professional, Patrick will oversee our financial and accounting functions, human resources, information technology and office management.
Two BLM-owned parcels near Big Basin, Butano and Castle Rock state parks included tributaries to Butano Creek and Pescadero Creek, were headed for the open market.
Sempervirens Fund and other forest-protection groups succeeded in protecting forests in Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Mateo and Marin counties.
Sempervirens Fund purchased 80 acres of redwood forest — the Butano Creek and Waterman Creek properties — from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. The properties consist of two 40-acre parcels in south San Mateo County that include tributaries to Butano Creek and Pescadero Creek
The Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, First People of the region between San Francisco Bay and Monterey Bay, will protect 96 acres of important coastal land near Costanoa Lodge in Pescadero, California, with a conservation easement arranged by Sempervirens Fund.