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Summer at Bayer

Our farm and community hub in the heart of Roseland blooms in the summertime in more ways than one! Volunteer with our summer lunch program, feast with neighbors at a potluck, drop-in for a workday in the organic garden, or bring your child to read and play in nature at iRead Outside. 

What you can expect during Summer at Bayer: 

  • Visit Bayer Farm: Explore our organic teaching garden, maintained by our staff and volunteers. Learn how to garden yourself at our volunteer workdays!
  • iRead Outside: Read, explore, play, and dream in the garden! Children 5 and under and their families are invited to join us free reading sessions throughout the summer.
  • Free Summer Lunch: Starting in June and running through August, in partnership with Redwood Empire Food Bank, we distribute free lunch for youth 18 and younger. Monday through Friday. 12pm to 1pm. You are encouraged to arrive early, or stay after lunch, for nature games, playing, and fun on the farm.

Look What's in Store at Bayer in the Summer!

Explore the Farm

Learn more about Bayer Farm

iRead Outside

Learn more about iRead Outside

Free Summer Lunch Program

Learn more about LandPaths’ Free Summer Lunch in partnership with Redwood Empire Food Bank.

Stories + News

Stories from the Field

A Wild Foraging Adventure

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At the end of August, Jesica Rodriguez participated in TrekSonoma’s Wild Foraging Adventure at LandPaths’ Ocean Song Preserve. Located on the traditional homeland of the Coast Miwok, …

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The view from Riddell Preserve during the Walbridge Fire. A tree in shadows sits close to camera and the dawn sunrise shines pink and purple with hills in the distance.

Fire, Grief, and Recovery at Riddell

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As the Walbridge fire bore down on Riddell, LandPaths’ 400-acre preserve west of Healdsburg, firefighters carefully swept the deck of the dry leaf litter around Steve’s cabin. The simple …

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rancho mark west foggy barn scene

How the Celtic Day of the Dead Became Hallowe’en

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by Michael Ellis, LandPaths’ Board of Directors and Footloose Forays Hallowe’en is my favorite American holiday. This celebration evolved from the ancient Celtic Day of the Dead. …

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