Petitions and London March Against Trophy Hunting.

Save the Last Living Half of the Great Barrier Reef


Save Penguins and Their Habitat


Since Turtle Island Restoration Network launched the 10,000 Redwoods Project at the end of last year, we’ve been amazed and inspired by interest in this initiative.

We are incredibly grateful to those of you who have adopted a redwood or volunteered in our nursery or in the field. Already you have helped us start 470 redwood seedlings.

redwood seedlngs

By fighting climate change, we are also protecting sea turtles, whales, sharks, dolphins, salmon, and other species at risk from sea level rise, ocean acidification, and rising temperatures.

Tree by tree we are doing the hard work to fight climate change.

We’ve planted 57 redwoods, have another 91 ready for a winter outplanting, and 470 seedlings planted and growing in our native plant nursery >>>Read about our Project Progress

March to Stop Lion Trophy Hunting, London, 30 April 2016

Come and join us as we march to Downing Street to say Stop Lion Trophy Hunting on Saturday 30th April 2016. We meet at 12.00 in Cavendish Square. The march begins at 12.30pm and arrives opposite Downing Street at 1.15pm where a delegation will hand a letter to the Prime Minister.

The route will be:

Cavendish Square, Oxford Street, Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, around Trafalgar Square, down Whitehall and arriving opposite Downing Street.




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