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2017

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17

Sunday

1:00 PM TO 3:00 PM

Music to Give You Wings- A Benefit Concert for Rancho Mark West

Place: Rancho Mark West, Santa Rosa, CA, Santa Rosa, CA, 95404
Fee(s): No Cost - Standard Registration, No Cost - Estándar - Gratis (donaciones bienvenidas)
Description:Join us for an afternoon with the musical delights of Sonoma Chanson, a male a cappella group whose harmonies "warm the heart of Sonoma County". Under the talented direction of singer Jan Young, this singing group of 10 or so members will delight us with an eclectic mix of sacred, secular and silly holiday music as we gather in comfort at the historic barn of Rancho Mark West. Children are welcome, and there will be ample time to explore the garden, walk in the redwoods, or simply sit and enjoy the landscape of this beautiful preserve. More >>
Level of Difficulty/Nivel de Dificultad: 1-2: Easy / all access – flat terrain with slow pace  
Location/Lugar: Rancho Mark West  
Sponsored By / In Partnership With-Patrocinado por: LandPaths donors like you!  
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2018

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13

Saturday

10:00 AM TO 2:00 PM

Fire Ecology on Saddle Mountain

Place: Saddle Mountain Open Space Preserve, Cleland Rd, Santa Rosa, CA, US, 95404
Fee(s): No Cost - Standard (Donations welcome), No Cost - Estándar - Gratis (donaciones bienvenidas)
Description:Join LandPaths and the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District as we enjoy Saddle Mountain Open Space Preserve through the interpretive lense of fire ecology. While Saddle Mountain didn't burn in the Tubbs fire, there will be views of the burned area, and we'll have an opportunity to discuss fire's ecological role in a variety of native habitats. We'll view areas that could benefit from fuels treatments such as mechanical thinning or prescribed burning to reduce wildfire risk and support the health of native ecosystems. This will be a three-mile round-trip, moderate hike with some elevation gain. More >>
Level of Difficulty/Nivel de Dificultad: 1-2: Easy / all access – flat terrain with slow pace  
Sponsored By / In Partnership With-Patrocinado por: Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation & Open Space District  
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