2016−2020 Strategic Plan
We invite you to review our long-term vision and goals, and the conservation initiatives that your land trust will be working to complete over the next five years.
Download the Strategic Plan
Sears Point Interpretive Talks and Bird Walks
Every Saturday at the Sears Point Tidal Marsh from 9–noon
Walk the newest section of the Bay Trail and experience the tidal marsh lands. Docents will be on hand to answer questions and orient visitors to the site. No registration needed!
Parking area on Reclamation Road just south of the Lakeville Hwy/Hwy 37 intersection.
Sonoma Valley Wildlife Corridor
Video about Stuart Creek Run creek restoration
Watch the video (3 min.)
Sonoma Developmental Center (SDC)
Winter Bird Walks at Sears Point
1st and 3rd Saturdays
Celebrating 40 Years of Land Protection!
We've acquired a 162-acre property in the wildlife corridor
June 30, 2016 — Sonoma Land Trust has purchased a stunning property in the Mayacamas to add to Hood Mountain Regional Park.
Read more here
It was a glorious opening of the new Bay Trail at Sears Point!
Hundreds of people enjoyed walking along the new Bay Trail on May 15. Photo by Beth Schlanker/Press Democrat.
DONE DEAL! Estero Ranch has been protected forever
On December 24, we closed on 547-acre Estero Ranch, offering both Estero Americano frontage and Pacific coastline from which one can see Point Reyes, Bodega Head and Doran Beach. Read more here
Breaching the Sears Point levee to restore 1,000 acres of tidal marsh (Oct. 2015)
Astonishing two-minute video of the breach
Video about the restoration with Julian Meisler (5 min.)
Brochure about building tidal marsh
Features & Media
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Learn about Tolay Creek Ranch becoming a park, our amazing founders, citizen scientists monitoring bird life at Sears Point and the status of SDC.
Read about upcoming land acquisitions, the expanded wildlife corridor project from Napa to Marin, our new business member program, and more.
Grant expands wildlife corridor work
2015−2016 Report to the Community
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 our annual report
Follow the Open Road
Doug McConnell and his Open Road TV team produced two insightful stories on our projects this year. Enjoy!:
Sonoma Valley Wildlife Corridor (“Highway of Hope”)
Sears Point Wetland Restoration
Land-to-marsh transition at Sears Point.
MOUNTAINS + MOLEHILLS
Stick your head in our
blog, and get the dirt on stewardship happenings on our land.
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In-depth interview about Sonoma Land Trust from KSRO-Radio
“A State of Harmony”
Our stewardship manager Tony Nelson is featured in this six-minute video about the important work being done by land trusts and resource conservation districts.
Watch the video
Inspiring story from KGO-TV about our Sears Point Wetland Restoration project!
Vote for Measure AA, next steps for wildlife corridor, preserving land forever