The Redwood Chapter contends with climate change, works for sustainable communities, and defends land, water and wildlife from the Bay Area to the Oregon border, while creating opportunities for the exploration and enjoyment of nature.
Redwood Chapter rejoices at President Obama’s announcement that the Berryessa Snow Mountain region will be permanently protected as a national monument, with by far the largest portion here in Redwood Chapter.
On Sunday June 28 several hundred exultant coastal advocates gathered at the Gualala Arts Center to celebrate the expansion of the Cordell Banks and Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuaries. More than doubling in size, these protected areas now extend north up the Sonoma and Mendocino coast beyond Point Arena, providing permanent protection to this very rich and fragile habitat.
by Victoria Brandon, Redwood Chapter Chair