Connecting People With Nature

Sonoma Land Trust’s On the Land program connects people to our protected lands through educational, recreational and interpretive experiences. Its goal is to engage a broad cross-section of the local community through interactive programs that encourage a conservation ethic and a love of the natural world.

Language of the Land

This monthly presentation series explores the intersection of conservation and social issues to build community awareness and mutual learning around environmental challenges and solutions.

Guided Virtual Hikes

These immersive experiences of remote and environmentally sensitive habitats serve as a doorway for access for everyone, including those experiencing mobility issues, without the environmental impacts of bringing large groups to these locations.

On the Land Outings

In-person hikes and outings build connection with nature, outdoor skills and ecological knowledge, and provide opportunities for equitable access to lands protected by Sonoma Land Trust.

Familias al Aire Libre / Families Outdoors

This bilingual family program features nature activities that are inclusive and fun for families with children of all ages. Each month features a different park or preserve to explore the many wonders of nature in Sonoma County.

Community Group Outings

We offer special tours of our nature preserves for community groups, in English or Spanish, virtual or in-person. If you are part of a community group that is interested in scheduling a hike, please contact hikes@sonomalandtrust.org