Lessons of the California Redwoods in Muir Woods


The tall, svelte redwood trees were once common throughout California‚Äôs valleys.  Because of unchecked logging, most stands disappeared. Less than five percent of the original two million acres of virgin forest remains today.  But thanks to their difficult location, the redwoods in the Muir Woods National Monument area were spared.  The trees are now also… Read more »