Conservation leader brings national experience and perspective to regional redwood forest protection
Share your love of the redwoods everywhere you go with our new “May The Forest Be With You” t-shirt.
With your help, Sempervirens Fund will bring underserved Silicon Valley youth to the Santa Cruz Mountains for a day of history, science and fun in the redwood forest.
Fun gifts and activities to express your love of the redwoods
In this video, Kevin Starr takes us on a journey through the evolution of Sempervirens Fund within the historical context of the conservation movement.
See our long-term vision for a healthy redwood forest ecosystem in the Santa Cruz Mountains
Discover our native partnerships in Quiroste Valley, Google Trekking the Great Park, the birth of the Santa Cruz Mountains Stewardship Network and much more!
Visit one of California’s redwood state parks for free on Black Friday. And check out our new May the Forest Be With You t-shirts
Sempervirens Fund is proud to be LTA accredited and pledges to continue meeting national quality standards
Help us gain permanent federal protection for this unique property
Grassroots protector of local redwood forests deepens ties to the organization
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).