Sonoma Land Trust

Age Group(s): Youth, Teen, Adult, Senior
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Description: Stay connected with nature and your community from home with our popular guided virtual hikes and monthly webinars, or venture out and join us on an in-person walk. We’ll tour various Sonoma Land Trust-protected properties and learn about nature in Sonoma Valley and County.

School Field trips: Sonoma Land Trust, in partnership with Sonoma County Ag + Open Space, provides educational in-person and virtual field trips for school groups at the San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge at Sears Point. The Students Learning in Marsh Environments (SLIME) program is offered in both English and Spanish. SLIME invites elementary and middle school children to learn about tidal marsh ecology, biodiversity and adaptation, and climate change resilience at a 1,200-acre wetland restoration site. Students participate in a curriculum designed to enhance NGSS disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting concepts.

Conservation Council: The Conservation Council is an equity-based teen youth development program that empowers participants to conduct conservation research on protected lands across the county. Teens work together and with educators, conservationists, and scientists to conduct research, learn about conservation efforts, visit preserves, and gain outdoor and leadership skills.

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