ICanHelp
Redwoods!
Stick this pledge on your fridge — or somewhere you’ll
see it every day. Go to SaveTheRedwoods.org/pled...
KIDS! Help Save the Redwoods League
protect redwood trees. Pledge today to:
Printed on paper containing 30 percent post-co...
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kids pledge - I can help the Redwoods

  1. 1. ICanHelp Redwoods! Stick this pledge on your fridge — or somewhere you’ll see it every day. Go to SaveTheRedwoods.org/pledge, sign your pledge and get a gift! Tell a friend! 114 Sansome St., Suite 1200 San Francisco, CA 94104 (415) 362-2352 SaveTheRedwoods.org/Education I Pledge to: ICanHelp Redwoods! Stick this pledge on your fridge — or somewhere you’ll see it every day. Go to SaveTheRedwoods.org/pledge, sign your pledge and get a gift! Tell a friend! 114 Sansome St., Suite 1200 San Francisco, CA 94104 (415) 362-2352 SaveTheRedwoods.org/Education I Pledge to:
  2. 2. KIDS! Help Save the Redwoods League protect redwood trees. Pledge today to: Printed on paper containing 30 percent post-consumer recycled fiber. Paper also is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, which promotes environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial and economically viable management of the world’s forests. Educate yourself! Check out books about redwoods from your library. Visit SaveTheRedwoods.org/aboutredwoods. Experience the redwoods! Visit a redwood park (see SaveTheRedwoods.org/maps) or a local nature area. Stop by the visitor center or ranger station to learn even more. Spread the word! Talk with your family and friends about how special redwoods are. Ask them to sign this pledge, too! Express yourself! Draw or photograph the redwood forest. Write a poem about redwoods. Send these to Save the Redwoods League — we might post them on our Web site or use them in one of our publications! Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! Use less paper whenever you can; reuse and recycle paper at home and at school. Plant a native tree! Choose a tree that grows well in your area, and give it the space and care it needs. Leave your car at home! When you can, walk or bike instead of using the car. For every mile, you’ll save about one pound of carbon dioxide emissions. Volunteer! Donate your time to organizations like Save the Redwoods League that work to restore and protect our great forests. Take action! Ask your United States representatives and senators, and California’s governor and legislators, to protect redwood forests. Get Your Parents Involved: Spend wisely! When buying wood products, choose ones labeled as certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. Even better — consider using recycled materials or sustainably harvested wood products. Grow healthy homes! When building or renovating a home (or planning neighborhood improvements), consider alternatives that ensure the health of existing trees. KIDS! Help Save the Redwoods League protect redwood trees. Pledge today to: Printed on paper containing 30 percent post-consumer recycled fiber. Paper also is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, which promotes environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial and economically viable management of the world’s forests. Educate yourself! Check out books about redwoods from your library. Visit SaveTheRedwoods.org/aboutredwoods. Experience the redwoods! Visit a redwood park (see SaveTheRedwoods.org/maps) or a local nature area. Stop by the visitor center or ranger station to learn even more. Spread the word! Talk with your family and friends about how special redwoods are. Ask them to sign this pledge, too! Express yourself! Draw or photograph the redwood forest. Write a poem about redwoods. Send these to Save the Redwoods League — we might post them on our Web site or use them in one of our publications! Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! Use less paper whenever you can; reuse and recycle paper at home and at school. Plant a native tree! Choose a tree that grows well in your area, and give it the space and care it needs. Leave your car at home! When you can, walk or bike instead of using the car. For every mile, you’ll save about one pound of carbon dioxide emissions. Volunteer! Donate your time to organizations like Save the Redwoods League that work to restore and protect our great forests. Take action! Ask your United States representatives and senators, and California’s governor and legislators, to protect redwood forests. Get Your Parents Involved: Spend wisely! When buying wood products, choose ones labeled as certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. Even better — consider using recycled materials or sustainably harvested wood products. Grow healthy homes! When building or renovating a home (or planning neighborhood improvements), consider alternatives that ensure the health of existing trees.
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