EVENTS

Celebrate With Us

Connect with others who love Sonoma County just as much as you do! Membership has many benefits, one of them being able to attend our various events for different levels of donors. There are so many ways to connect with our wild and working lands. Check out our events, past and present, below.


Upcoming Events

Tolay Lake Regional Park Opening Celebration

Saturday, March 30, 11am-3pm

Please join us to commemorate the opening of Tolay Lake Regional Park. We will acknowledge the many contributions that created Sonoma County’s largest park, and we will celebrate the parkland’s past, present and future with hikes, cultural demonstrations, farm activities, food, music and more. This event is free and family friendly!

Heart of the Land

Fall 2019

This is a family-friendly afternoon of celebration and good cheer. Gather with other Land Trust members and enjoy live music, crafts, local food and good company all in the beautiful surroundings of Sonoma Valley.



More Events

Stay tuned for more upcoming events!

Past Events

Summer Solstice

Celebrate with a special dinner on the land featuring Sonoma County native, chef Lowell Sheldon. The evening is inspired by the bounty and beauty of Laufenburg Ranch, one of our anchor preserves, and will feature organic and sustainably-produced ingredients, some grown on-site. Proceeds from this fundraising event help Sonoma Land Trust protect the beautiful wild and working lands of Sonoma County.

Jenner Headlands and Pole Mountain Opening

A celebration for the opening of The Wildlands Conservancy’s Jenner Headlands Preserve and Sonoma Land Trust’s Pole Mountain Preserve – both protected forever by Sonoma County Ag + Open Space. On this day, we will celebrate the upcoming opening of the Jenner Headlands and Pole Mountain Preserves to the public, so that all may enjoy getting out on the land of the Sonoma Coast.

Tomato Tasting

To thank Evergreen Circle members like you in the Valley of the Moon, we invite you to attend a quintessential taste of summer: a spectrum of tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil and olive oil—plus a chance to follow farmer Christian Cartano through the fields. Libations, too, of course!

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