2019 Spring/Summer Field Trip Guide coming soon

2019 Spring/Summer Field Trip Guide coming soon

Getting that itch to get outside? Help is coming as our 2019 Spring/Summer Field Trip Guide will be out in late February, offering hikes to all kinds of places. Whether it be finding fungi at Wildlake, taking a paddle down the Napa River or stargazing at Wantrup,...
Seeing small species in the wild

Seeing small species in the wild

The Land Trust led an excited group out to our Wantrup Preserve recently for one of our special Members Only series outings – Reptiles and Amphibians. For those of us who couldn’t make it, Lands Program Assistant Erin Erickson came back from the field trip with photos...
ACE crew helps restore Archer Taylor Preserve trails

ACE crew helps restore Archer Taylor Preserve trails

A group of six, hard-working American Conservation Experience (ACE) members recently spent a week at Archer Taylor Preserve in an effort to repair the Maggie’s Peak and Old Tin Cabin trails. The American Conservation Experience is a non-profit that provides real-world...
Napa Youth Stewardship Council trains at Wildlake Preserve

Napa Youth Stewardship Council trains at Wildlake Preserve

This spring, a group of students from the Napa Youth Stewardship Council made a trip to the Dunn-Wildlake Preserve for some hike leadership training as well as a peek into the process of our Wildlife Picture Index Project. The Napa Youth Stewardship Council serves as...
Land Trust earns award in Napa Valley Life magazine

Land Trust earns award in Napa Valley Life magazine

The latest issue of Napa Valley Life magazine included a surprise for us; the 2018 Best of Napa Valley Readers Choice award for Best Hiking Program! Thank you Napa Valley Life magazine! For those who may not know, Napa Valley Life magazine showcases the latest food,...
The best way to start the new year? #gohikenapa, of course!

The best way to start the new year? #gohikenapa, of course!

To start 2018 off right, the Land Trust hosted a New Year’s Day hike to Table Rock. Our traditional trip to the top of Mt. St. Helena had to be re-directed, unfortunately, due to fire damage on that trail, per hike leader Chip Bouril. But the group didn’t let that get...