These friends are helping hold each other up in good times and bad. Rob DiPerna
We all know that Coast Redwoods are TALL. Some of our trees reach higher than 300 feet, some of the tallest trees in the world grow right here in Redwood National and State Parks.
But did you know redwoods don't stand tall on their own? Since redwood roots are shallow, as little as 6 to 12 feet, they rely on their neighbor redwoods to support each other. Coast Redwood roots can stretch out 100 feet from the trunk and intertwine with their grove-mates to withstand wind and storms.
Redwood Parks Conservancy relies on our friends to support our redwood parks in the same way. Thankfully, we have some great friends!
A group of friends of the redwoods have pledged $25,250 if we can match that with other donations.
We have about $23,000 left to go!
You will really make a difference for this special place with a gift today. And your money will be doubled. Thanks for doing what you can to reach our goal.