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Prairie Creek Run in the Redwoods 5K

The run was a huge success.

We would like to thank the following for their support:

T-shirt sponsor: American Hydroponics

Food sponsor: DNATL Community Food Council, North Coast Co-op

Prize sponsors: Jogg'n Shoppe, Pacific Outfitters, REI

Massage sponsor: Steamroller Massage

RUN PICTURES HERE

 

Donate to Redwood Parks Conservancy

Redwood Parks Conservancy (RPC) has become a strong voice for parks and public lands on California’s north coast in assisting in the protection of the Redwood forest and helping visitors create memories that will last a lifetime. 

In 2015, RPC donated over $500,000 in funds and operations assistance to our partners: Redwood National ParkCalifornia State Parks the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management. RPC is now in partnership with Headwaters Forest Reserve in an outreach effort to let everyone know the wonders of Headwaters and the importance of protecting this magnificent old-growth Redwood forest.

Did you know that many of the visitor centers within our partnership are operated solely by RPC and would be closed without our commitment to keep them operational?

Donations from people like you allow us to continue providing visitor services, educational programs and materials and important projects within the parks. To help us continue our mission, please donate now and help RPC further our goals of resource protection, education and visitor services.

Check out our Store

Check out our on-line store and come back often! We have a great selection of maps, field guides and souvenirs to help make your trip exciting, or to help remember the great adventure you had on the Redwood Coast.

Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park Visitor Center

Help Restore Prairie Creek Redwoods Visitor Center

Help save the Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park Visitor Center! Redwood Parks Conservancy is seeking to raise $250,000 to complete this much needed restoration. Won't you help us save this historic building?

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