LandPaths in the News - April 6th, 2017

Press Democrat: Sonoma County’s LandPaths ignites teens' passion for nature

"...they formed a circle with their adult leaders to reflect silently on the previous three days, on the beauty of the land, the wildlife they had seen, the expectations they had when they started out and the experience of pushing forward through fatigue, self-doubt, homesickness and, one of them, severe nausea, only to arrive at camp and have the heavens open up."  Click here to read the full article.

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Trek Across Sonoma County!

May 19-21st, 2017

TrekSonoma - Bohemia to the Sea

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This has become the signature TrekSonoma 3-day experience to date – travelled by public participants, commissioned groups and now – the past two years – by teens on spring break. Starting at LandPaths’ Bohemia Preserve off Bohemian Highway on Friday, we walk nearly 20 miles over the course of three days, finishing at Shell Beach on the Sonoma Coast just south of Goat Rock State Park.  First night, Bohemia Ecological Preserve with tenting at “Hut Hill,” with its big views and nearly zero (!) light sources to be seen from distant ridges after sundown.  Second night, a secluded privately owned ranch on the edge of Willow Creek State Park.  Click here for more details and to register.

Day of the Child at Rancho Mark West

April 29th, 2017

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Join LandPaths, Sonoma Environmental Education Collaborative (SEEC), and Sonoma Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District for the Day of the Child at Rancho Mark West, part of a county-wide, multi-site, family-friendly, outdoor education event reminiscent of Art Trails or Farm Trails.  This will be an open-house-style outing, with pre-registration strongly encouraged, but drop-ins are OK.  Come and leave when you want! More details coming soon.  Click here to register.