SIG worked in the Santa Cruz flying aerial imagery and installing permanent research plots for the beginning of a long-term project with Save the Redwoods, Sempervirens Fund, and Hamey Woods Forestry. One project goal is to restore old-growth redwood characteristics. Due to topography, proximity to the ocean, elevation and plant communities, the micro-climate in this 120-acre parcel might allow redwoods to persist despite climate change. The SIG UAV Team created this 360 degree aerial image of the site showing ecological characteristics that will help understand and manage the area!