19th Annual Redwood Seedling Reforestation Project

This January, Forest Unlimited will be planting approximately 1,300 one-year old redwood seedlings for reforestation and erosion control in a community forest in the hills west of Cazadero.

The planting dates are Friday, January 8, 2017 and Saturday, January 9, 2017.

On each day, we will rendezvous at 8:15 a.m at Duncans Mills. The seedlings average about 16-inches in height (root ball included) and are not difficult to plant.

All equipment and a free indoor lunch, including drinks and snacks, will be provided. Vegetarian food will also be available.

To properly plan for this event, it is essential that you contact us and sign up for the date(s) of your choice. To sign up and/or to ask any questions, please contact Carl Wahl, Project Manager, at 874-9268 or carlwahl3@gmail.com. Further information on the rendezvous location, appropriate attire, etc. will be sent to all volunteers by mid December. Please mark your calendar, tell your friends, and thanks.

Dinner Under the Redwoods


Forest Unlimited’s Dinner Under the Redwoods will feature delicious food and light music.

There will be a special presentation by Sharon Duggan, a cutting edge atmospheric trust and forestry lawyer.

WHEN: Saturday, June 11, 2016 3-6pm
WHERE: Anderson Hall, Camp Meeker
TICKETS: $30/person and $50/couple
EARLYBIRD: (before May31st) get a free drink coupon.

Call 707-887-7433 or email larryjhanson@comcast.net.
Checks must be received by June 6th to:
Forest Unlimited, PO Box 506, Forestville 95436

Groups walk proposed trail in Mendocino County


On July 31 and August 27, 2015 several members of Forest Unlimited joined Save the Redwoods League and CoastWalk at Cape Vizcaino in Mendocino County to walk a proposed trail.  It’s located on a beautiful piece of property owned by Save the Redwoods.  We marked some of the future trail route, did some brush work, dug some treads and moved some small logs. Very steep and rough.  It was well worth it with rewarding views of the coast at the beginning and end of the trail and from the viewing tower.  One day this spot will be open to the public.