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Reaching Out in Trying Times

Once again wildfire is turning all our lives upside down. We wanted to reach out and make contact with you – our friends, partners and neighbors – in this difficult time and, wherever possible, to offer our help and support. Having gone through this in 2017 doesn’t...

Emergency Information You Can Use

Given the forecasted high winds, planned power outages, and a fire already underway to our north, there is much to keep track of this weekend. Below is a list of links to real-time information intended to help you stay up to date when it comes to fires, weather, power...

Join the North Bay Bear Collaborative

The mighty grizzly bear that adorns our state flag has been missing from California for nearly a century. But lately there is good news from bear country: in some places, including Sugarloaf Ridge State Park and other Sonoma Valley open spaces, black bears are slowly...

Russ Feingold Is Preparing for Earth Day (and So Are We)

Sonoma received some distinguished guests from Wisconsin late last month, including Russ Feingold, a three-term U.S. senator from that state and key champion of an event that is near and dear to our hearts: Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary next April. Begun in 1970 by...

Send the Kids to Our Pop-Up Day Camp!

With the power out, and school out, how about some outdoor fun and adventure at Sonoma Garden Park? We’ve got you covered! Sonoma Ecology Center presents this pop-up day camp for all kids ages 7 to 12. “Power Plants” is Thursday, Oct. 10, 9 a.m. to...