Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 6, 2018

Bay Area Gains 730 Acres Redwood Reserve

Bay Nature reports

Bay Area Gains 730 Acres of “a California Treasure” at Soon-To-Be Harold Richardson Redwoods Reserve

In a historic acquisition by Save the Redwoods League, a privately-owned forest of old-growth redwoods (larger in acreage than Muir Woods!) will become available to the public for the first time. Now called Harold Richardson Redwoods Reserve, the forest will take on a renewed importance as a “refuge of resilience and forest health as climate change continues”.

Read more at Bay Nature Magazine: Discovery of The Oldest Redwood in the Bay Area Bay Nature


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