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Protected: Community Partnership: Worker Leaders with North Bay Jobs with Justice Create Fuel Breaks at a LandPaths’ Preserve

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Remembering Lorri Duckworth

Lorri Duckworth was one of those small family farmers who genuinely loved her produce. Even more so, she loved how people from all over the Bay Area, […]

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Discover the World of Native California Grasslands!

Story by Lara O’Herlihy, Stewardship Field Specialist I’m sitting on a grassy hillside in the Coleman Valley Creek drainage that overlooks the ocean, pulling the invasive bracypodium […]

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Students Make More Nature and Science Connections through New Environmental Education Pathways Project in Sonoma County

Students Make New Connections WithEnvironmental Education Pathways  On a brisk and sunny day at Glen Oaks Ranch, 3rd graders from Flowery Elementary School chat merrily as they hike […]

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Reflections: Slow Restoration Community Forestry Project for Women and Nonbinary Participants

By Lara O’Herlihy, Stewardship Field Specialist This past October, fourteen strangers met for the first time at Riddell Preserve, LandPaths’ 400-acre protected open space preserve in the […]

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What’s It Like to Participate in a Prescribed Burn?  

by Miles Sarvis-Wilburn, Stewardship Field Specialist at LandPaths I arrived at LandPaths’ Ocean Song/Myers Preserve at 7:30am, the sun rising over a thick ocean of fog, and […]

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Six nature campers walk on a trail through the grasslands at Bohemia Ecological Preserve. There is a forest in the background and a blue sky above.

Reflections on Interconnection in a California Coastal Prairie

by Miles Sarvis-Wilburn Stewardship Field Specialist The grasslands at Bohemia Ecological Preserve are California coastal prairie, a protected and unique habitat that contains an incredible amount of species […]

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A person in a green t-shirt pulls French broom, a woody, long plant, from the ground.

Fostering a Love of the Land as a LandPaths’ Intern: An Interview with Andrew Magdaleno

An internship is an excellent way to gain experience in the field of community conservation in Sonoma County. In the second installment of a new interview series […]

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Fostering a Love of the Land as a LandPaths’ Intern – An Interview with Calvin Howell

Photo by Emmaline Jones – Willowflower Photography An internship is an excellent way to get involved with LandPaths in diverse ways. In this first installation of a […]

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A Classroom Takes to the Land: A Day of Environmental Philosophy & Stewardship with Santa Rosa Junior College students

by Miles Sarvis-Wilburn, Stewardship Field Specialist I met Professor Alexa Forrester for the first time at a LandPaths’ volunteer stewardship day. A professor of Philosophy at Santa […]

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Covid Policies at LandPaths

For 25 years LandPaths has actively worked for land and community in Sonoma County. Our commitment is further strengthened during the immense mental, physical, and financial challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. Since March of 2020, when shelter-in-place […]

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A family smiles with the red barn at Bayer Farm in the background. In the foreground of the photo is a table full of tomatoes, squash, corn, and other vegetables harvested at Bayer Farm that day.

LandPaths receives $700,000 Outdoor Equity Grants Program grant from California State Parks.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  June 16, 2022  Contact: Leilani Clark, Communications Lead  Email: [email protected]   Cell: (707) 332-4736  LandPaths receives $700,000 Outdoor Equity Grants Program grant from California State […]

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