We have paired human resolve with natural resilience to activate solutions to build a more climate-ready and resilient Sonoma County.
We have identified six natural solutions aimed at a climate-ready future for the health of the landscapes, ecosystems and communities of Sonoma County. These solutions work in alliance with nature to preserve key lands and waterways and ensure equitable access to nature’s benefits for all community members.
From the Russian River Watershed to the dramatic Sonoma Coast to the tidal marshes in the Sonoma Baylands, the land we are conserving has the power to fight climate change.
California plans to conserve 30% of its land by 2030 to help fight climate change.
We are committed to protecting thousands of local acres of high-biodiversity land in the next decade.