California’s Cathedrals: Redwood State Parks

90 percent of California’s original redwood forests are gone, but what remains are protected by a fragile web of California state and national parks. From Big Sur to the Oregon border, these magnificent redwood forest state parks inspire us, and now they need our help. Due to budget cuts, many of California redwood state parks are on the closure list, therefore potentially threatening these ancient and magnificent species. Here are some of the voices of people who know redwoods best, and what their concerns are.

This video is part of The Magnificent 70 project. See more at http://mag70.calparks.org.

Produced by Doug McConnell and Convergence Media.

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  1. Pingback: CALIFORNIA: California's Cathedrals: Redwood State Parks (Video) | State parks | Scoop.it

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