November 2022

  • Citizen Scientists and Steadfast Supporters
  • #GivingTuesday
  • Thanks from the Conservation Council [English / Español]
  • December hikes

October 2022

  • The Secret Lives of Animals [English / Español]
  • Western Forest Scorpion
  • Five Bear Necessities [English / Español]
  • Protecting Birds from Wildfire
  • Welcoming New Board Members & Staff
  • November hikes

September 2022

  • Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month [English / Español]
  • New Season of Bilingual Nature Walks
  • The American Kestrel Returns [English / Español]
  • Locate your watershed with a click [English / Español]
  • Welcoming New Staff
  • Donor Spotlight

August 2022

  • Memorable summers outside: Bay Camp
  • Nature—it’s personal: summer memories from our staff
  • Language of the Land: Bringing Nature Home
  • Fall hikes

July 2022

  • OpenRoad features Land Trust work at Sears Point
  • New marketing and media relations director hired
  • Congressman Huffman tours wetland restoration areas
  • Helping young oaks survive

June 2022

  • Results of perscribed burn at Laufenburg Ranch
  • Exciting sights/sounds at coastal rangelands
  • This summer, be A Force for Nature
  • The Land Trust celebrates Pride Month

May 2022

  • 30×30 and TOGETHER Bay Area (interactive map)
  • Strategic Plan now online
  • Make Donor Advised Fund (DAF) donations go farther
  • Vital east-west evacuation route cleared

April 2022

  • Happy Earth Day!
  • Live Oaks Ranch
  • Cutting the Green Tape
  • Campaign Highlights

March 2022

  • Celebrate women’s history month
  • Land Trust and 30×30
  • Lenguaje de la tierra programa en español
  • Glen Oaks Douglas-firs survival
  • Return of the otter

February 2022

  • Fire prep at Laufenburg Ranch
  • Trek No. 100 to Pole Mountain
  • Learn more about California’s 30X30 plan
  • First glimpse of spring wildflowers
  • Black History Month

January 2022

  • SDC housing development could be scaled back
  • Annual bird counts – listen to birds on Pole Mountain and Glen Oaks Ranch 
  • Thanks to you, we beat our end-of-year challenge
  • We’re hiring!


December 2021

  • Enjoy our yearend video
  • OpenRoad TV’s Doug McConnell speaks out on SDC and the wildlife corridor
  • “Fighting fire” on our Sonoma Valley preserves

November 2021

  • Advocating for a healthy, resilient landscape at SDC
  • Conservation Corps North Bay stewardship at Pole Mountain
  • Not-to-be-missed recording on SDC and wildlife corridor

October 2021

  • Learn about SDC and the Sonoma Valley Wildlife Corridor
  • Join in our $1.3 million yearend challenge
  • Sharing our Land Acknowledgment Statement

September 2021

  • Using nature to fix the levee erosion at Sears Point wetlands
  • We’re 81 percent of the way to our campaign goal
  • Bringing in wildfire resiliency funding

August 2021

  • Conservation ranching along the coast for a cause
  • Hikes on the land resume
  • Field trip on forest and fire at Jenner Headlands

July 2021

  • State of the Sonoma Valley Wildlife Corridor
  • Good-bye to Tony Nelson
  • A bear family at Laufenburg Ranch

June 2021

  • Meet the new chair of our board of directors, Marie Andel
  • It’s the one-year anniversary of the teen Conservation Council!
  • Supporting the Pole Mountain Lookout

May 2021

  • Launching A Force for Nature
  • Celebrating the protection of a Russian River ranch
  • About the Petaluma River Baylands

April 2021

  • Acquiring Fitzsimmons Ranch for Hood Mountain Regional Park
  • A Force for Nature Campaign
  • Joining forces with SCTA to improve Highway 37

March 2021

  • Standing against racism
  • EARTH DAY TALK: Wildflowers, wildlife and the wild within
  • New program offerings in Spanish

February 2021

  • A nature-based solution to levee erosion at Sears Point
  • New grant to allow more fuel reduction work in Sonoma Valley
  • “Moon shot” for nature

January 2021

  • “The Adventure Gap, Changing the Face of the Outdoors”
  • Appeals court affirms our right to enforce conservation easements
  • Reducing wildfire risks at Laufenburg Ranch