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California’s Redwoods can be more resilient than ever

If there’s one thing that we learned after last year’s especially brutal wildfire season, it’s that nature is powerful and resilient—and so are we. Between now and June 30, all gifts will be matched up to $100,000, making your support even more impactful in helping our forests recover.

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We believe wild and thriving redwood forests can flourish again from Silicon Valley to the Pacific Ocean. With your help, we can establish a large, interconnected, and protected network of healthy trees and streams, stretching across public and private lands. Learn more.

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You can support healthy, vibrant redwood forests to take root in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Join today to preserve redwoods for many generations to come. Look for upcoming campaigns and keep informed about how you can get more involved. Thank you for being part of this epic journey forward.

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Castle Rock State Park

Explore sandstones and forests in one magical visit.

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Año Nuevo State Park

A seaside-to-ridgeline treasure.

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El Corte De Madera Trail by David Baron

El Corte de Madera Creek Open Space Preserve

A nature-lover’s wonderland.

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Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park

From old-growth redwoods to sandhills and grasslands.

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Portola Redwoods State Park

A quiet park with waterfalls and redwoods to explore.

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OpenRoad with Doug McConnell

Join OpenRoad with Doug McConnell to explore natural land and park gems, including episodes featuring lands Sempervirens Fund protects, right here in the Bay Area.

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Big Basin, courtesy Nic Coury, Associated Press

Statement on Big Basin and Governor’s California State Budget Revisions

Today Governor Gavin Newsom announced his administration’s revised fiscal year 2022 budget proposal, which included significant, necessary, and welcome increases in funding for Big Basin Redwoods State Park.

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Mill Creek Dam, San Vicente Redwoods. Photo credit: Ian Bornarth

NEWS: CEMEX Agrees to Removal of Dam at Mill Creek in Santa Cruz Mountains

Sempervirens Fund announced that they have secured approvals and critical post-fire funding to remove a dam from Mill Creek. CEMEX, the former owner of what is now San Vicente Redwoods, retains water and infrastructure rights on the property, and approved the dam removal. Deconstruction will begin later in 2021.

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