- campground restroom
- trail rehabilitation,
- picnic tables,
- replace tool trailer,
- equipment & supplies &
- processing down trees into firewood
Online Book Sale:
READING FOR REDWOODS, A Book Sale for Armstrong Redwoods Fire recovery.
An online event presented by Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods.
Buy a Book, Help us Reopen Armstrong Redwoods!
March 1, 2021 at 8 AM – March 20, 2021 - Available online or by mobile
Guerneville, CA: Stewards introduces our first Book Sale, READING FOR REDWOODS to benefit ongoing fire recovery in Armstrong Redwoods SNR and Austin Creek SRA featuring an eclectic collection of new and used books.
Stewards is partnering with California State Parks to restore Armstrong Redwoods SNR and Austin Creek SRA after the devastating Walbridge fire of 2020. The fire burned through Armstrong but did not affect our iconic trees. Much of Austin Creek, including Bullfrog Pond Campground, was devastated. Both Armstrong Redwoods and Austin Creek, including the campground, are closed until some time in 2021. Stewards, State Park staff, and volunteers are hard at work removing fallen trees, restoring fences and trails, and making our parks safe for the public once again. Your book purchases will help to buy materials for repairing trails, and replacing fencing, picnic tables and restrooms. Thank you for your support!
Pick-up of books can happen in three ways after the sale: 1) Pick up in Guerneville, CA. 2) Contact-free delivery to your home in Sonoma County 3) Mailed to your home (USA only) Details available on Book Sale website.
Starting on September 18, 2020, Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods will be auctioning off a number of fun and unique items to raise money for the fire recovery of Armstrong and Austin Creek State Parks. These parks are an important feature for both locals and visitors alike!
Your contribution will help replace burned infrastructure and rehabilitate park resources:
Fire recovery will be a joint endeavor between Stewards and our California State Parks partner, along with other nonprofit partner organizations. We are grateful for your shared love of our parks and for bidding in our auction to help us make them accessible to you again.