We Surpassed Our $75,000 Goal and We Couldn't Have Done it Without You.

Thanks to the generosity of so many of you, we are happy to report that we raised $134,344 during this Year End Appeal, surpassing our initial goal! And $75,000 of this will be matched by two donors, bringing our year-end fundraising total to $209,344! Thank you!

LandPaths Native Owl Student Art Contest!

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.


Check out Fitch Mountain!

Fitch Mountain Stewardship Workday, March 6th, 9am-1pm

Lend a hand to steward the newest LandPaths preserve, Fitch Mountain! Volunteer stewards maintain the trails, preserve natural resources, meet new people, learn new things, and feel good about the work they accomplish. Without help from volunteers like you, many parks like this wouldn’t exist!  Click here for more info and to register.

Explore Paulin Creek Preserve!

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.