1996 - 2022
Land Partners Through Stewardship
Since 1996, LandPaths has fostered a love of the land in Sonoma County by rooting youth in nature, branching out conservation for everyone, and stewarding the land with care, belonging, and equity at the center.
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Growing Community with Nature
Facing the challenges like catastrophic fire and drought dramatically increased by climate change, LandPaths more than ever believes in forging care and connection between people and the land. From stewardship days for all ages to conservation workforce training for Young Stewards, we address community care with curiosity and determination.
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Stories from the Field
The Community Rallied to Plant 4400 Redwood Saplings at Rancho Mark West in ONE Weekend
December 9, 2021
A warm and hearty thank you to everyone who helped plant redwood saplings at Rancho Mark West with LandPaths! Volunteers showed up for the land and community big time, joining together to plant …
Hundreds of Roseland Middle Schoolers Get Outside with LandPaths’ Inspired Forward
October 21, 2021
“This is gorgeous!” declares an 8th grader from Roseland Accelerated Middle School, looking across the waves of native grasslands billowing towards stands of redwood, oak, madrone, and bay trees, underneath a blue sky stippled with clouds at Bohemia Ecological Preserve. The Dutch Bill Watershed, where Bohemia is located, is the …
Vamos a Yosemite Con LandPaths
October 7, 2021
Story by Senior Bilingual Field Specialist Guadalupe Casco Haga clic en español en la esquina superior derecha de este sitio web para leer esta historia en español …
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