Nature’s Resilience Part II

Nature’s Resilience Part II

Learn more about stunning wildflowers and other native plants making a comeback by clicking the graphic below. Back to Blog...
Another benefit of the valley’s native oaks

Another benefit of the valley’s native oaks

We can now add migratory songbirds to a growing list of serendipitous benefactors of the long-term oak savannah restoration at our Wantrup Preserve. Recently, the Sacramento Bee published a story on how migratory songbirds seem to prefer native oaks....
Soft dirt and a big group makes weed pulling easy on MLK Day

Soft dirt and a big group makes weed pulling easy on MLK Day

Volunteers of all ages came out to Connolly Ranch on MLK Day of Service to help the Land Trust improve the oak woodland habitat. Invasive plants like French broom, vinca and Himalayan blackberry came out of the soft ground without too much trouble overall thanks to...
It’s been a busy December

It’s been a busy December

The last few weeks of the year have been busy for the Land Trust, and with an equally busy holiday season on the front of most everyone’s mind, keeping track of our latest happenings can prove tricky. For those who may have missed the news, here is a list of the...
Nature’s Resilience

Nature’s Resilience

Take a peek at a Pacific Madrone fruit (above) and other wonders by clicking the graphic below. Back to Blog...