The foundation recently announced a $2.1 million grant to the Sonoma Land Trust, extending a wildlife management project in the region, including extending a network of motion-sensitive cameras to track exactly which animals are going where. 

Inside Philanthropy recently reported on the project, highlighting challenges that wildlife face as they're pushed to the outskirts of an increasingly populated area. The heart of Sonoma Valley provides a key corridor for wildlife travel across a large swath of land that connects the Marin Coast to Napa. The Sonoma Land Trust aims to monitor and manage this passage, ultimately making it safer. 

See the full story by Tate Williams: Under Pressure from Growth, Wildlife has a Friend in a Deep-Pocketed Local Foundation


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