In California, the Sonoma Land Trust and its partners are working to secure safe passage for wildlife across Sonoma County, from Napa to Marin. By maintaining regionally significant wildlife linkages, we can help conserve ecological function, wildlife movement and the genetic transfer that ultimately helps sustain the biodiversity and health of ecosystems.

“Through its work in the Sonoma Valley Wildlife Corridor, the Sonoma Land Trust is taking a strategic and holistic approach to strengthening the habitat protection and functionality of the Marin Coast to Blue Ridge Critical Linkage. Our latest grant supports the permanent protection of three key properties in the linkage as well as connectivity improvement throughout the corridor.” Dan Winterson, San Francisco Bay Area Program.

The first in a series, the feature video shines a spotlight on the work our San Francisco Bay Area conservation grantees are doing all around the region to preserve and enhance habitat for native plant and animal species in the Bay Area. Watch the video to learn more about Sonoma Land Trust's efforts to help safeguard the Sonoma wildlife corridor:


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Conserving the Sonoma Wildlife Corridor


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