Using a Google Trekker backpack, dedicated volunteers and staff captured 360-degree views from over 60 miles of trails in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
New board members bring their political and business acumen and passion for nature to local redwood forest conservation.
Help fund State Parks with an iconic redwoods license plate before it’s too late.
Earth Day is the perfect opportunity to take action to protect the environment, and there’s no better way to do this than to get outside and help restore native habitats. Join Sempervirens Fund’s volunteer restoration event on April 23rd!
Why do you love the redwoods? This short 4-minute video shares answers to that question and much more.
This is the perfect opportunity to learn about the natural and cultural history of our area, help state park visitors, and become part of a community.
Sempervirens Fund is proud to sponsor this program offering guided backpacking trips into Castle Rock, Portola, and Butano State Park. Registration begins February 1st!
Thanks to our donors, Sempervirens Fund continues to work passionately to protect and connect the redwood forests of the Santa Cruz Mountains. We review our accomplishments in 2016 and our plans moving forward.
Unlock the mystery of the ghost redwoods, discover the heart and science behind a special redwood grove, learn how a new park entrance honors a family’s legacy…
We’re pleased to announce EkOngKar Singh Khalsa as the Amah Mutsun Land Trust’s first executive director and full-time employee.