Reduce Our Carbon Footprint Challenge!

October 1, 2018

October Online Giving Campaign

Donate to LandPaths during October and double your investment! This month, your gift will be matched, dollar for dollar, up to $25,000 by three generous donors! Plus, a donation from you now means we won’t mail you a year-end paper appeal in December. This saves precious natural resources including trees, ink, and energy!

October Challenge

 

Your donation during the month of October will be matched dollar-for-dollar by our friends at Healdsburg SHED, Fred Euphrat, and an anonymous donor. Please make a year-end gift today!

 Your online donation will:

 1. Double the impact of your gift through a generous match by LandPaths' angels and partners.

2. Save our precious natural resources. A donation now means we won’t send you a year-end appeal request on paper. This saves trees, ink, and energy!

3. Warm your heart without warming the earth!

 

Double Your Donation Today!

 

Craig Anderson Talks to StoryCorps

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Craig Interview

 

Check out Craig Anderson speaking on StoryCorps about LandPaths' work.

FEATURED OUTINGS & VOLUNTEER STEWARDSHIP

Enjoy the Autumn Bounty in Community

November 16 to 18, 2018

Autumn Bounty Trek: Bohemia to the Sea

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Calling all who love local food and nature’s bounty!  

Join us on a three day walk from Bohemia Ecological Preserve to the Pacific Ocean, as the waters return to our creeks and animals prepare for winter.  Witness the bounty that nature has to offer in our season of Thanksgiving—oak acorns, hawk and Chinook migration, willows and alders changing with the season, and so much more.

 

Find out more here

Nature's Fall Harvest

Saturday, November 10

Oaks and Acorns Hike

Acorn Hike

 

Join LandPaths and the Ag +Open Space for an autumn hike through the crunch of fallen leaves in the oak woodlands of our Riddell Preserve in Healdsburg. Naturalist extraordinaire and hike leader, Dale Englehorn, is joining us to share her wealth of knowledge about the variety of oak species growing at the 400-acre preserve. 

Pre-registration is required. The event will fill up! Sign up today.