Celebrate the wins of 2023 in this year-end report. We closed on a milestone land acquisition,  implemented a cutting-edge creek restoration project, expanded our programs to bring more people to nature, and so much more. It was a year of hard work and considerable achievements by our staff, board, partners, supporters, and community. Read it here


Sharing our vision for the future, a conservation story about a rare and special place, giving nature a voice, deploying solutions to climate change, our financial update, the mid-campaign snapshot, and testimonials from our community program participants. Read it here


The year at a glance, biodiversity, climate resilience, people, parks, financials, the campaign, and more. Read it here


Preserving biodiversity, tackling the climate emergency, bringing nature to people, and more. Read it here


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


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


Adding “community” to conservation, the joys of Bay Camp, building on our successes, and more. Read it here


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


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


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


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




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