The Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. (RFFI) ultimate goal: to establish working community forests managed sustainably to protect and restore the ecosystem, support biodiversity, address climate change, provide wood products, support the local economy and eventually invest any excess revenue into the community.
RFFI participated in the Salmon Restoration Association’s Annual BBQ in Ft. Bragg, CA on Saturday July 2, 2022. Salmonid habitat is one of RFFI’s important restoration work in the Usal Redwood Forest. To date they have worked on 14 stream miles!
“The Cali Roots movement is about developing and
sustaining our community and that involves protecting our environment. When we learned that redwood forests in California help remove more carbon from the atmosphere more than any other forest, we wanted to do what we could to help generate that movement. Teaming up with the Redwood Forest Foundation felt like a natural pairing and we are proud to keep working with such a great organization.” - Dan Sheehan, CEO, California Roots