Act for Land and Community

Ways To Give

Connecting with the natural world is more important now than ever. 

Join a community of supporters committed to LandPaths’ mission to foster a love of the land in Sonoma County. Discover the level that works best for you! 

Your generous support ensures an impact in the following areas (and much more):  

  • A bold and proven commitment to transform what the conservation movement looks like in the 21st century while inspiring solutions to the climate crisis.  
  • Multi-day environmental education experiences for hundreds of local elementary and high-school aged youth.
  • Nature camps with a commitment to scholarships for one third of the camper body, ensuring a true reflection of the diversity of Sonoma County. 
  • Stewardship and intentional management of land and natural resources on our multiple preserves, totaling almost 2,000 acres. 
  • Land restoration that starts with community, which means lots of volunteers with hands in the dirt, rather than industrial equipment and pesticides. 
  • Free, public outings on protected and open space lands.
  • Bilingual outings and programming for Spanish speakers. 
  • Opportunities for people and organizations to connect with and give back to the land. 
  • Community gardens and the healthy communities that develop out of tending urban nature. 

Find a way to give that works for you.

  • One-Time Donation  
  • Sustainers Circle Monthly Giving 
  • Planned Giving or Legacy Club 
  • Corporate Giving 
  • Gifts of Stocks and Securities 

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.

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2017 - 2018 Annual Report

Learn more about LandPaths. Read in our latest Annual Report.

2017-2018 Annual Report

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Stories from the Field

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

COVID-19 Update: A Message from LandPaths

We, at LandPaths, are deeply concerned about the outbreak and spread of COVID-19 and its impact. We have been engaged in active dialogue with staff and volunteers …

COVID-19 Update: A Message from LandPaths Read Article

LandPaths staff with IOOBY students at the farm

Future Stewards of the Earth: McDowell Elementary School Students Get Outside with IOOBY

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The climate crisis means that a sense of our interconnection with a healthy natural world has never been more crucial. Ideally, this connection and stewardship starts in …

Future Stewards of the Earth: McDowell Elementary School Students Get Outside with IOOBY Read Article

two volunteers at Ocean Song stand with shovels before cob benches

Stewardship, Joy, and Gratitude at LandPaths’ First Volunteer Stewardship Workday at Ocean Song Preserve

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Set to a soundtrack of soothing ocean waves rising from the Sonoma Coast below, LandPaths’ hosted our first stewardship workday of 2020 in January at Ocean Song …

Stewardship, Joy, and Gratitude at LandPaths’ First Volunteer Stewardship Workday at Ocean Song Preserve Read Article

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