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Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. (RFFI) is a non-profit organization of stakeholders, including loggers, environmentalists, community activists, foresters and others, working together to conserve forestlands and to protect biodiversity, mitigate climate change and improve the local economy in an equitable fashion...
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Kathy Moxon, Board Chairman
Annual Appeal
2016

Redwood Forest Foundation Annual Update 2016
Annual Update
2016

Redwood Forests For Our Future
Redwood Forests
For Our Future
Don Kemp
Help Sustain RFFI:
Recurring Donations

Plant a redwood
Plant a Redwood
Now

Cali-Roots interview with RFFI representatives
Cali-Roots interview with RFFI representatives:

Planting 800
redwood trees
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beautiful forest
RFFI at Coast Redwood Science Symposium
Redwood Forest Foundation Newsletter: Spring 2016
Spring 2016
Newsletter
Forestry Technician job announcement, recommenced Sept. 1, 2016
RFFI is recruiting
Forestry Technicians
RPF job announcement, recommenced Sept. 1, 2016
RFFI is recruiting
Foresters
Usal Redwood Forest, view of ocean through the trees (2007)
Usal Redwood Forest
Management Plan
2012 North Fork Usal Large Woody Debris Project
Usal Redwood Forest
Monitoring Reports

Usal Redwood Forest, Chimney Rock; photo credit: Richard Gienger
Usal Redwood Forest
Conservation Easement

Understanding the relationship between Fire and Dead Trees
Understanding the
relationship between
Fire and Dead Trees
North Coast Biochar logo
Biochar
Demonstration
Project
(from left) Mark Welther, RFFI President & CEO, Gillian Calof, Interim President, CAR,  Rachel Tornek, Vice President of Programs, CAR and Tom Tuchmann, President US Forest Capitol.
RFFI Honored by CAR
for Carbon Offset Project
Mike Fay: Redwood Transect
"Redwood Transect"
with Mike Fay

Steelhead in Usal Creek
Restoration Workshop
Presentations
Restoration Projects
Restoration Projects
An Illustrated Report


RFFI at Work in the Forest

RFFI and its partners, contractors and the community are hard at work
in the Usal Redwood Forest. Learn more about these projects:

Coho spawning in Anderson Creek, January 2016
Spawning Coho
2016 video
Girdling Trial video
Girdling Trial
2015 video

Clark Fork Restoration
Restoration:
2011 video

Clark Fork Restoration
Restoration:
2009 video

North Coast Biochar logo
Biochar
Project

Restoration Projects
Restoration
Projects

Usal Redwood Forest projects map
Projects
map

Old-growth redwood remnant in Anderson Creek, a tributary to the South Fork Eel River
TNC's Salmon Snapshots

Lodge Lightning Complex Wildfire
Lodge Complex Wildfire

RFFI Logging Operations
Logging
Operations

Ron Lincoln with Large Chinquapin
Acorn
Grove

Usal Road
Usal Road
Improvement

Usal Forest Photo Tour
Usal Forest
Photo Tour

Coastline at Usal Creek
Usal Beach & Forest Photos

Usal Redwood Forest, view of ocean through the trees (2007)
Community
Input

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Redwood Forest Foundation
thanks the
Giles W. and Elise G. Mead Foundation
and the
Community Foundation of Mendocino County
for their valuable support.

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