Redwoods predate man by millions of years and are known for their clever roots. When one dies, its root system will grow new trees around it.
“ This was an amazing experience, beautiful forest, and the best guide ever. ”
- Melaine Carlascio-Budd
Redwoods absorb nearly 40% of their moisture from fog that condenses on its needles.
Their thick, fibrous bark protects them from fires, while the bark’s acid shields them from disease and insect infections.