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Teen Adventures (Ages 13 – 17)

Imagine a kayak adventure down the Russian River. Make new friends, learn new skills, build confidence, and push yourself to new limits along the way. And experience nature off the beaten path!

The truth is, teens spend less time outdoors than ever before in history. And teens are more anxious and worried than ever before. Yet, time in nature has proven mental and physical health benefits. Studies have shown that connecting with nature cuts down on anxiety and depression.

Add a good dose of friendship and belonging and you have a recipe for success! That’s why LandPaths offers exceptional outdoor experiences to all teens.

Do something different this summer. Join us for a teen trek!

Online registration and scholarship applications for our 2022 teen camps and treks opens on February 9, 2022 at 5pm.

Jessica, Russian River Teen Trek participant

" I love nature. It was so great to escape the internet. It’s good for you, being outside. "

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Covid Policies at LandPaths

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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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The Community Rallied to Plant 4400 Redwood Saplings at Rancho Mark West in ONE Weekend

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A warm and hearty thank you to everyone who helped plant redwood saplings at Rancho Mark West with LandPaths! Volunteers showed up for the land and community big time, joining together to plant …

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Hundreds of Roseland Middle Schoolers Get Outside with LandPaths’ Inspired Forward

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“This is gorgeous!” declares an 8th grader from Roseland Accelerated Middle School, looking across the waves of native grasslands billowing towards stands of redwood, oak, madrone, and bay trees, underneath a blue sky stippled with clouds at Bohemia Ecological Preserve. The Dutch Bill Watershed, where Bohemia is located, is the …

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