For 75 years, conservation has been as much about people as it is about natural resources. Our programs and services have evolved over the last seven decades, but our mission has been a constant thread through the challenges we all face together. We have remained dedicated to bridging the needs of our community and natural resources by empowering people through reliable expertise and action to strengthen the resilience of Sonoma County as we face the impacts of climate change, drought and wildfire.
The past year has presented challenges, successes, grief, joy, fear, and hope. As we so often do, we choose to move into this next year with a renewed emphasis on hope. We are grateful for a strong community and a beautiful place to live and work. We are inspired by the landowners and managers who continue to prioritize conservation, and humbled by the trust they place in us as we work together. The future is bright, and we’re in it together. View the full report here.