Ways To Give

Donors like you support our mission to foster a love of the land in Sonoma County. We offer many different ways to contribute, including one time gifts, monthly sustainer, and legacy plans.

Find the donor level below that works for you, and discover even more ways to make an impact. 

LandPaths is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Tax ID 68-0328590. We will not share your information.

One Time Gift

Make a tax-deductible one-time donation. Prefer to send a check? Please send to 618 4th Street, Santa Rosa, CA. 95404

Recurring Gift

Sustainers Circle donors are the backbone of our funding. Make your gift recurring and support us throughout the year.

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.

Corporate Giving

Does your company share a common purpose with LandPaths? You can help us increase our impact and foster a love of the land in Sonoma County  as a corporate sponsor or donor.

More Ways to Give

  • Employer Match
  • Donate a Car.
  • Gifts of Stocks and Securities
  • E-Scrip
  • Amazon Smile

Fire Recovery for the Land & People

Our beloved Rancho Mark West and Riddell Preserves were burned in the Glass and Walbridge Fires in September and August. Donate today to help in the recovery process.


Stories + News

Stories from the Field

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

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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