Donate to the Owl Camp Transportation & Tuition Scholarship Fund 2015
Give the gift of an old-fashioned summer -- an entire week spent out of doors, canoeing, swimming, searching for insects, carving wood and building teepees -- by donating toLandPaths’ Owl Camp Fund 2015.
Our goal is to provide a minimum of 40 camp scholarships this year. Your donation of $350 provides one child with tuition and transportation to camp for a week. $100 provides van transportation for one child for one week of camp. $250 provides a tuition scholarship for one camper for one week.
Help us meet our Owl Camp goal of $15,000 by Wednesday, April 22 (Earth Day!).
Donate to Owl Camp today. (For our records, please "dedicate" your donation to Owl Camp)
Many thanks to the Active 20-30 Club, Women of the Redwood Empire #1029 for their generous donation of $2,800 or eight full tuition and transportation scholarships to Owl Camp 2015!
And many thanks also to the Santa Rosa Sunrise Rotary Club for their generous pledge of a donation this year and their ongoing belief and support of Owl Camp since its inception in 2010.
LandPaths Native Owl Student Art Contest!
Open to Sonoma County Students in Kindergarten through 12th Grade
LandPaths is looking for a new California native owl design to decorate our Owl Camp 2015 T- shirts. Your design could be worn by over 150 people this summer who are campers, staff, volunteers, and families of our campers.
The winning art will appear on the 2015 Owl Camp Tee-shirt. The winning owl and/or “Honorable Mentions” may also appear in future outreach materials for LandPaths’ Education Programs. Winner will receive a “Winning Package” including (but not limited to): YOUR drawing on our website, t- shirts, and more, two Owl Camp 2015 Tee-shirts of preferred size, one organic cotton LandPaths baseball cap, aLandPaths Sonoma County mammal guide and a bird-drawing guide by a local author. Click here for full guidelines & entry form.
Lend a Hand and Learn Your Herbs!
Join LandPaths and the Sonoma County Ag Preservation & Open Space District for a day tending the land! We’ll remove invasive species, improve the trails, & learn about the edible and medicinal plants on the property as we go. We’ll be walking over moderate terrain (mostly flat but with very uneven footing) removing invasive species as we go and stopping to discuss the medicinal plants we see throughout the property. Plant info will be adult-focused but families are more than welcome. Total distance will be 2 miles at most. Click here for more info and to register.
An Urban Oasis Family Exploration at the Startlingly Lovely Paulin Creek Preserve, April 4th, 10am-12:30pm
Join a community of young families for an outdoor, urban adventure at the surprisingly gorgeous Paulin Creek Preserve, 46 acres that have been protected by a partnership between the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District, The Sonoma County Water Agency and Sonoma County. We will spend the morning exploring the open meadows and forest trails of the Paulin Creek Preserve. We will make a few stops along the way for guided explorations, simple nature games, and of course, and perhaps most importantly - free play. We will walk about a mile total on this adventurous urban exploration, investigating this bird-filled backyard preserve, while keeping our eyes out for deer and other critters that also enjoy this lovely open space in the heart of Santa Rosa. Click here for more info & to register.