Common Purpose, Major Impact

Corporate Giving

Does your company share a common purpose with LandPaths? Do you believe in fostering a love of the land as a way to transform our relationship to nature? You can help us increase our impact throughout Sonoma County as a corporate sponsor or donor. To learn about corporate volunteering opportunities, click here.

Your Impact 

When you support LandPaths, you root youth in nature, branch out conservation to be accessible and inclusive across the County, and grow community in nature through people powered land stewardship. We invite you to join us, while gaining exposure and positive PR for your company among over 10,000 followers, donors, subscribers, community partners, and local government officials.

Donor Recognition 

Donors receive recognition and opportunities to participate in select events, team building opportunities and early invitations to behind-the-scenes outings across Sonoma County. Along with branding opportunities, there are special employee engagement and team-building opportunities available for our Corporate Council. 

LandPaths recognizes corporate donors in posts to our thousands of followers and friends on Facebook and Instagram, and in our bimonthly e-blast sent out to more than 11,000 subscribers.

For information about corporate giving opportunities, please contact Development Manager Eric Singer at [email protected] or (707) 544-7284 x 106.

LandPaths is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization. Tax ID 68-0328590. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. We will not share your information.

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Stories from the Field

Our impact is made possible by partners like you. Read the latest on LandPaths in the community.

Enter the Big Tree Month Photo Contest – January 2024

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It’s time for the Big Tree Month Photo Contest!   Large and big old-growth trees in Sonoma County captivate LandPaths participants with their immense size and complex network […]

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

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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 […]

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

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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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