Redwood Trails Gateway and Prairie Creek Restoration

Redwood Trails Gateway and Prairie Creek Restoration

Save the Redwoods League is constructing a southern gateway to Redwood National and State Parks, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Humboldt County that attracts more than one million people each year to see the planet’s tallest trees and explore the area’s rich Indigenous heritage. The project will restore and showcase the ecological integrity of Prairie Creek, both for climate resilient habitat and as part of an inspiring visitor experience.

The League has been dedicated to preserving the redwood forests of Humboldt and Del Norte Counties since its founding. In and around the Prairie Creek Corridor, the League has protected more than 31,000 acres—about the size of San Francisco—through the purchase and transfer of 146 properties to Redwood National and State Parks.

Learn more about Save the Redwoods League here

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