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ANNUAL REPORTS

2018−2019

McCormick Ranch, here we come, delivering on our promise to protect the land forever, looking ahead, and more. Read it here





2017−2018





Pole Mountain and the Jenner Headlands are open, moving forward after the fires, partnering with regional parks, and more. Read it here





2016−2017









Sonoma Land Trust Annual Report 2017Adding “community” to conservation, the joys of Bay Camp, building on our successes, and more. Read it here







2015−2016











Making a splash at Sears Point, another big save along the coast, expanding our work in the wildlife corridor and more ­­— it’s all here. Read it here









2014−2015









Enjoy the photos by our amazing photographers, read about recent accomplishments and learn what more is in store. Read it here







2013−2014









A recap of protecting Haire Ranch & Pole Mountain, starting the wetland restoration project, working in the wildlife corridor, and much more. Read it here







2012−2013









A recap of protecting the Sonoma Valley Wildlife Corridor, and restoration in the Baylands and in the North Coast forest, and much more … Read it here







2011−2012









2010−2011









2009−2010









Large landscapes — scenic, agricultural, natural and open — they are what we have been focusing on in recent years. Why? Because they are what define Sonoma County and give us a sense of place; because they are essential to maintaining the health of our natural systems, particularly as the first consequential ripples of our changing climate are felt; and because, in recent years, opportunities to purchase large, key parcels have presented themselves. Read it here



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