Planned & Legacy Giving

Be a part of our Legacy Club by including LandPaths in your will or estate plan. By incorporating LandPaths into your long-range financial planning, you give the gift of nature for generations to come.

How does it work? You name LandPaths as a beneficiary in your will or trust, designating the gift of your choice (e.g., cash, real estate, personal property, securities). There are many types of bequests to choose from. You maintain control of your assets during your lifetime, possibly save on estate taxes, and ensure opportunities for people to experience our beautiful protected spaces for generations to come.

For more information about our Legacy Giving options, please contact us at 707.544.7284, ext. 100  or

LandPaths is a 501 © 3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Tax ID 68-0328590 . We will not share your information.

Words from Legacy Club Members

Our impact is made possible by donors, with a passion for growing community with nature.

" What better way to pay it forward than to include LandPaths in my planned giving program. It’s a token of my enormous appreciation for the work that the staff and volunteers do to preserve, protect and provide access to these magnificent natural treasures. "

Gary Abreim, Legacy Club Member

" We have named LandPaths as one of the beneficiaries of our estate because we believe they deserve our long-term support. They bring people in touch with the natural environment who otherwise might not have this opportunity. They preserve properties with significant natural resources, habitat for wildlife, scenic values. And they offer recreational activities which are consistent with conservation principles. We hope our financial contribution will assist LandPaths in its critically important work long past our demise. "

Pat and Ted Eliot, Legacy Club Members

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