MONTHLY eNEWS

2021

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

2020

December 2020

  • Virtual hiking up Pole Mountain
  • What we know now about fire impacts on our lands
  • Celebrating the Russian River

November 2020

  • We’re thankful for you!
  • The Russian River and Its Watershed book release party
  • Bringing agriculture back to Laufenburg Ranch

October 2020

  • Wendy Eliot retires after 21 years and conserving 18,000 acres
  • 113 acres along Gualala River protected
  • Living with the new fire cycle

September 2020

  • Announcing fire collaborative’s new website
  • Preserving Petaluma River Baylands with science
  • Birdwatching to reduce stress

July 2020

  • New era for Pole Mtn Lookout
  • Video of bear at Laufenburg Ranch
  • Water assets guide for practitioners

June 2020

  • Fire and wildlife at Live Oaks Ranch
  • Thoughts from Eamon
  • Sonoma Creek Baylands strategy

May 2020

  • Gloeckner-Turner Ranch protected forever
  • SDC trails reopen
  • Trout surprise!

April 2020

  • Thoughts from Eamon
  • Connecting you with nature at home
  • Welcoming new board member

March 2020

  • More animals using wildlife passage
  • Black History Month
  • Earth Day event

February 2020

  • We are expanding the size of Taylor Mountain Regional Park
  • We’ve moved online!
  • Wildflower presentation

January 2020

  • Wildlife-friendly fencing
  • Reducing the fuel load on Pole Mountain
  • Pines sprouting after 2017 fire