Thank you to everyone, everywhere who joined us on Earth Day 2022 to set the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® title for the most photos of people hugging trees uploaded to Instagram in one hour!
12-1 PM Pacific Standard Time on April 22, 2022
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How It Started
In 1900, Sempervirens Fund led the way to permanently protect six square miles of old-growth redwoods which are now the heart of Big Basin Redwoods State Park. Learn more.
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Majestic Coast Redwoods
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Coast redwoods are the enduring sentinels of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Protecting them today ensures that they will last for generations to come, protecting wildlife and clean water, and sustaining natural defenses for withstanding climate change. Start your support today.