North America’s northwestern coast seems to be a whole treasure trove when it comes to trees as most of the world’s tallest (and oldest) can be found here. We’ve focused on the world’s tallest, measured from top to bottom, rather than the stoutest trees, measured by girth. Here in Redwood National Park, we have the [...]
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The Yurok Tribe will receive federal funds to perform a feasibility study to determine if a transit system could be used in Redwood National Park.
Written by Triplicate Staff April 13, 2010 03:34 pm
Last week, the Federal Transit Administration announced $24.8 million will go to national parks, forests and wildlife refuges in 20 states to [...]
By Lyle Berg,
The coast redwood, Sequoia sempervirens, is the tallest species of tree in the world and the fastest growing conifer, or cone-bearing tree, in North America. The redwoods are not only the tallest living things on earth; they are also among the oldest. The timber from these giant trees is so highly prized [...]
Humboldt County is the home of the tallest trees in the world — the majestic redwoods. Many people visit Humboldt every year to experience not only the trees, but the abundance of historic sites. Boasting superb examples of late-1800s Victorian architecture, historically renowned farming and lumber communities, and the preservation of the historic Redwood National [...]
Here on the Redwood Coast, there are a few ‘locals-only’ trips that are just too difficult to try and arrange for guests at the Elk Meadow Cabins. The reason for this is usually to technical for first timers, or requires too much prep to make it feasible or too seasonal to try and arrange. Well, [...]
Redwood parks Lodge Company is committed to reducing our environmental footprint and promoting environmental stewardship at all levels of our organization. Our goal is to minimize our organization’s impact and maximize future generations’ ability to live, work, and play in our shared natural environment, with equal access to clean air, clean water, and natural resources. [...]
Take the California State Park Excellence Project survey and voice your opinion.
by John Soares on March 10, 2010
SACRAMENTO, CA – Today, the California State Parks Foundation (CSPF) and Save the Redwoods League (League) are launching the State Park Excellence Project aimed at creating a statewide vision for excellence for California’s state park system. Annual budget [...]
Every spring we can not wait for the first Gray Whales to pass by Redwood National Parkon their way to Baja California. At Redwood Adventures we love to take our guests from the Elk Meadow Cabins to the local beaches and watch them spout, flap their tails and jump out of the water. Occasionally, we [...]
We are always looking for ‘other’ things to do here in Redwood National Park. Yes, I know what you are thinking- ‘Do you need something else to do in a place as special as Redwood National Park?’.
Not often . . .But occasionally it is nice to get a way from the Elk Meadow Cabins and [...]
This is a great article about Redwood National and State Parks. I have had the pleasure of meeting the author, Patrick, and he has a great perspective on our natural lands. I have read this several times and I am amazed at the depth of his insight. He also gave a great plug for our [...]