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Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI

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.
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Five Ways RFFI Is Addressing Climate Change
1. We acquire conserve, restore and sustainably manage timberlands in the redwood region, and currently own over 50000 acres.
2. We have one of the largest forest-based carbon sequestration projects in the nation.
3. We have planted over 140,000 redwoods since 2010.
4. We are improving forest resiliency and decreasing forest fire danger by reducing excess forest fuels and turning them into biochar.
5. We return our biochar to the forest to improve soil structure and save water by storing carbon for hundreds of years.
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Try your creativity with a Haiku.

Haiku poetry is a form of Japanese poetry that is non-rhyming and normally consists of 3 lines with a syllable pattern of 5-7-5.
Here's ours!

Northern Spotted Owls
soar through beautiful trees
Help us protect them!

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Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Not An April Fool's Day Joke! In 1865, amateur scientist Eunice Foote foreshadowed climate change. She said “An atmosphere of that gas would give to our earth a high temperature”! Over 157 years we've had that information??!!
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. - RFFI
JOIN RFFI AS WE COMMEMORATE EARTH HOUR ON MARCH 26 AT 8:30 P.M. YOUR LOCAL TIME

According to earthhour.org, it is an opportunity "for everyone to stand united for each other and the one home we all share."

One way to celebrate: on March 26, 2022 at 8:30 p.m., switch off your lights raising awareness of the issues facing our one home. Spend the hour outside contemplating the beauty and diversity of our earth and supporting a sustainable future for it.