Act for Land and Community

Ways To Give

Connecting with the natural world is more important now than ever. 

Join a community of supporters committed to LandPaths’ mission to foster a love of the land in Sonoma County. Discover the level that works best for you! 

Your generous support ensures an impact in the following areas (and much more):  

  • Multi-day environmental education experiences for hundreds of local elementary and high-school aged youth.
  • Nature camps with a commitment to scholarships for one third of the camper body, ensuring a true reflection of the diversity of Sonoma County. 
  • Stewardship and intentional management of land and natural resources on our multiple preserves, totaling almost 2,000 acres. 
  • Land restoration that starts with community, which means lots of volunteers with hands in the dirt, rather than industrial equipment and pesticides. 
  • Free, public outings on protected and open space lands.
  • Bilingual outings and programming for Spanish speakers. 
  • Opportunities for people and organizations to connect with and give back to the land. 
  • Community gardens and the healthy communities that develop out of tending urban nature. 
  • A bold and proven commitment to transform what the conservation movement looks like in the 21st century. 

Find a way to give that works for you, and know that you are having an impact no matter where you land: 

  • One-Time Donation  
  • Sustainers Circle Monthly Giving 
  • Planned Giving or Legacy Club 
  • Corporate Giving 
  • Gifts of Stocks and Securities 

LandPaths is a 501 © 3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Tax ID #68-03228590. We will not share your information.

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Annual Report

Learn more about LandPaths’ contributions to fostering a love of the land in Sonoma County during fiscal year 2017-2018.

Annual Report

Stories + News

Stories from the Field

Our impact is made possible by donors like you, with a passion for growing community with nature.

two Elsie Allen high school students sit on a bluff above the ocean journaling and sitting in the sun.

LandPaths’ Inspired Forward Gets High School Students Outside, Studying Biology, and Connecting with Nature at Shell Beach

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Harbor seals resting on rocks and playing in the waves. Sea birds soaring across an azure sky broken by clouds. Wait, wait! Look! Is that a whale …

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a child in a red shirt looks for salamanders underneath a douglas fir tree

A Day of Salamanders, Songs, and Fun at Rancho Mark West

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After a long stretch of cold winter weather, a dozen families got to stretch out and run around in nature with LandPaths last Sunday. It was a …

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mushroom outing group photo at riddell

Mushroom Madness at Riddell Preserve

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This weekend, 20 people headed out with LandPaths into the beautiful wilds of Riddell Preserve for a morning of mushroom foraging. For beginner and experienced mycologists alike, …

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