The Sequoia Parks Foundation is a 501(c)3 non profit organization whose mission is to fund projects and programs that enhance the restoration, conservation, and enjoyment of the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.


ZumwalkThankYou 2014 Grant For Accessible Trails

Making the parks more accessible is one of the major goals of this grant, which will allow the parks to complete a universal access nature trail on the Kings Canyon valley floor, as well as plan for more universal trails in Grants Grove.
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Reaching Out to Kids

The Sequoia Parks Foundation has received a grant of $100,000 from Madera County’s Jeangerard Family Foundation. They are longtime supporters of the Parks and a portion of this year’s grant will help educate youth as well as increase accessibility in the parks.
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lower Halstead Meadow ready for revegetation Restoring Wet Meadows

Lower Halstead Meadow before revegetation efforts of NPS project staff and 35 volunteer Chiefs from Lemoore Naval Station to deliver and install more than 50  grassy mats, 230 "tubs" of wetlands sod along with more than 1,000 sand bags to stabilize gullies and prevent erosion from high water runoff.
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Are we losing an icon of the Parks? Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep, iconic residents of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, are in danger of extinction—unless we act to restore healthy populations.  Donate Here