In 2018, five Forest Apprentices were hired by Save the Redwoods League to help Redwood National and State Parks. The goal of these positions is to help develop a new generation of forest and land managers with the skills and experiences needed to manage forests for long-term sustainability and ecological success.
As part of the Redwoods Rising restoration program, these students came from Humboldt State University and for three months they worked alongside national and state parks' resource managers and staff. The field-work they did collecting data in second-growth forests is essential in our goal to treat and improve those degraded forests.
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Last updated: October 25, 2018