Save the Redwoods League capital campaign ends and exceeds fundraising goal to safeguard forests, launch groundbreaking restoration initiatives and welcome diverse visitors to parks

via Save the Redwoods League

April 7, 2022

Save the Redwoods League today announced that its Forever Forest Campaign raised more than $139 million, surpassing its five-year goal of $120 million. More than 50,000 individuals and organizations from around the world contributed to the campaign toward conservation across the coast redwood and giant sequoia ranges.

With the outpouring of support for the Forever Forest Campaign, the League embarked on numerous conservation initiatives throughout California’s coast redwood and giant sequoia forests, and it protected more than 20,500 acres, including the largest remaining old-growth redwood forests in the world. These conservation achievements mark the League’s first step toward realizing the ambitious goals detailed in its Centennial Vision for Redwoods Conservation, released in 2018.