A "sold out" audience enjoyed strolling through the gardens of Lynmar Estate Winery, exploring LandPaths "Discovery Trail", making animal track casts, spinning for native plant knowledge, exploring wildlife pelts & skulls, spotting raptors, writing with gall ink, listening to lovely music, talking to artists at work, and connecting with people and place.
Above all, guests came away with a deeper understanding of LandPaths and our impact in the local community - through our youth programs, land ownership & stewardship, & innovative access models.
We are grateful for your support of our work – as a sponsor, an auction item donor, a volunteer, participant or an individual donor. Rest assured that such support allows us to do more to get people of all ages and backgrounds outside to enjoy, learn about, appreciate and give back to the parks, farms, & wildlands of SonomaCounty.
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