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Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI

The Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. (RFFI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to ecology, economy, and equity in the Redwood Region.
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
RFFI.ORG Annual Meeting on Sep 7, 2019 was the best attended ever! Jerry Franklin, PhD, respected forest ecologist, held the 150 RFFI supporters’ attention with his captivating presentation. Franklin, currently a Professor at the University of Washington, is the author of Ecological Forest Management, focused on policies and practices that maintain the integrity of forest ecosystems.
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
RFFI.ORG second annual Usal Lost Coast Hopper was a resounding success. Over 250 mountain-bikers explored our 50,000 acre forest from the Eel River on Highway 101 to the Pacific Ocean. Kudos to #MiguelCrawford, owner of #GrassHopperAdventureSeries for his hard work, superb organization and commitment to the environment. A shout-out to #JoaquinQuintana, Forestry Tech, who is RFFI’s leader for this event.>>>>> https://bit.ly/2pkC8gS
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
RFFI.ORG Sunday Morning Redwood Rings- A Walk in Montgomery Woods, courtesy of #IngeKuhnPhotography
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
RFFI.ORG shares a brief personal moment with our followers. Many of you know Mitzi Rider, RFFI's Admin Asst. Her title hardly tells the story. Mitzi is the clean-up hitter for RFFI. All the fine food and entertainment you enjoy at RFFI events...is a Mitzi product. Before she was busy helping RFFI out, she and RFFI Outstanding Volunteer #LEERIDER were busy raising a Rocket Scientist. Here is news about their son Kodi. >>https://www.nasa.gov/nasalive
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI is with Karen Youngblood and David Wright.
RFFI.ORG has conducted extensive watershed restoration in the heavily sedimented Usal Creek Watershed. Pictured here are Karen Youngblood, RFFI/Usal Redwood Forest Company, and Dave Wright, Nature Conservancy, evaluating stream conditions and preparing to snorkel South Fork Usal Creek to survey the young of year salmonid population. Check back soon for a movie of their snorkeling survey!
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI