From the Annadel Half Marathon committee:
"This year’s Annadel Half Marathon is dedicated to Jonathan Glass. The members of the Annadel Half Marathon committee are proudly dedicating a portion of race proceeds to LandPaths’ memorial tribute in honor of Glass. If you would like to match our contributions to this projects, we will be accepting cash and check donations at the race and during packet pick-up at Fleet Feet Sports on April 11 and 12, 2013. The Annadel Half Marathon will take place April 13, 2013 at 8:00 a.m., for additional details refer to our website, www.AnadelHalf.com, or call Fleet Feet Sports at 707.569.1494."
LandPaths volunteer Liz Landreth has been named Volunteer of the Month by the Volunteer Center of Sonoma County! “Lizard” Liz Landreth has been a volunteer for LandPaths' programs 'In Your Own Back Yard' (IOOBY) and 'Owl Camp' teaching children the wonders and joy of the outdoors for 7 years, focusing on natural history topics: Discovery and Exploration, Watersheds, Habitat, and Stewardship. Also, recently, Liz was our Chair for our first ever Autumn in the Vineyards dinner and fundraising event, which celebrated Landpaths' 16th year anniversary of fostering a love of the land in Sonoma County and creating ways for people to experience its beauty and value. Read more...
Spring Stewardship at the Bohemia Ecological Preserve | May 17th 9-1 pm
Give a hand to nature! Come and join us at Bohemia Preserve for another stewardship and fun day. If you are skilled with power tools e.g. chain saw, skill saw, etc. or have the desire to work with shovels, picks and so on, consider Bohemia a place to volunteer. We will work together, eat lunch and make Bohemia a better place for generations to come.
Cedars Adventure | May 18th 10-5 pm
Join LandPaths to explore the strange, Mars-like geologic feature known as The Cedars, located north of Cazadero. This is a rare chance to experience Sonoma County's amazing 11-square mile hidden treasure of ultramafic geology, unique flora, sweeping vistas, and the headwaters of Austin Creek.
Guided by noted botanist and conservationist Roger Raiche of The Cedars Friends and Planet Horticulture, this is a wild adventure through rugged terrain. This tour includes passage through private rural ranches to the limited access BLM Area of Critical Environmental Concern.