We make it easy and fun for all families to experience nature in Sonoma County’s remarkable parks and open spaces. Immersion with community, in nature, builds a sense of belonging, a lifelong connection to the outdoors, and a passion for land stewardship. From Let’s Read Outside to free, family-oriented outings at local open spaces, we ensure that everyone has the opportunity to get outside and connect with the natural world and each other.
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Stories from the Field
Enter the Big Tree Month Photo Contest – January 2024
January 2, 2024
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
November 20, 2023
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
February 5, 2024
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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