Redwood National Park Limited Edition Print

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Redwood National Park Limited Edition Print

50.00

Printed with acrylic ink on 13x17" heavy cotton Stonehenge paper. Limited Edition of 100. Signed and numbered.

This is the first poster of a continuing series of National Park drawings. Conserving pristine land and old growth forests is immensely important. Exploring them is a transforming experience that everybody should be able to enjoy. 10% of profits from this poster will go to help the redwoods. 

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From the National Park website:

The Amazing Diversity

An amazing diversity of life exists at Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP). The ancient coast redwoodecosystem preserved in the parks contains some of the planet's most majestic forests. Here, banana slugs, gray whales, Douglas-fir, black bears, and sea anemones are equally at home with redwoods.

Park staff work to maintain and restore the area's biological diversity through a wide range of resource management and educational activities. Preserving both natural processes and the region's species and genetic diversity helps ensure that countless generations can experience the beauty and complexity of an old-growth redwood forest.

This is your personal classroom whose wonders wait to be explored.

 

Preserve and Protect

When western expansion met the redwoods in the 1800s, the trees began to fall under saw and axe. The massive redwoods offered early settlers a seemingly inexhaustible lumber supply. However, within a hundred year span the vast forests were reduced to a fraction of their former range. By the early 1900s, it was apparent that the future of the old-growth redwood forest was in doubt.

Thanks to the visionary actions of the Save-the-Redwoods League, the redwoods received the protection they needed. Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park, and Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park were created by the State of California in the 1920s to protect some of the finest remaining examples of coast redwoods.

The power of imagination makes us infinite.
— John Muir
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