Buck at Solano Land Trust
You are inspiring.
I love being part of a community that cares about the land, the health and the education of children, and the well-being of all.
Your support helps us train teachers so that they can bring their students to our properties. It also allows us to offer low- and no-cost events such as the lichens and oaks hike highlighted below.
We appreciate your generosity, and look forward to continuing to partner with you to protect land and connect our community with special places in Solano County.
Thank you,

Nicole Braddock 
Executive Director
Nicole Byrd portrait
Getting muddy for kids
SF Bay NERROutdoor science workshop for teachers
To find innovative solutions to the challenges of modern living, we need a workforce skilled in science, engineering, and technology.To meet that need, the National Research Council recommended sweeping changes in the way science is taught in America, changes that push students from studying science to actually doing science.

Teachers are at the forefront of this change, and that is why we are offering a "Teachers on the Estuary" workshop this fall.

"The environment is where we all meet; where all have a mutual interest; it is the one thing all of us share." - Lady Bird Johnson
Sunday supper slowdown
Joyful Ranch
Renewing the tradition

Life runs fast these days. From social media to mashed potatoes, everything is instant.

Yes, we do love our smart phones. At the same time, we know how important it is to slow down. That is why Solano Land Trust is excited to celebrate...
Her second chance
Elizabeth Fry
What would you do?

You'd never know Elizabeth Fry was a breast cancer survivor from talking with her.  Energetic and positive, Elizabeth is full of life.

"We all have these moments in our lives that determine our path," she says. "For me, one of those moments was when I realized that I would have a second chance. Not everyone gets that."

Sunday Supper
Joyful Ranch
Sunday Supper
Sunday, October 9 
4 p.m - 7 p.m.  

Celebrate Solano County's heritage and harvest, and toast Solano Land Trust's 30th anniversary at a Sunday Supper at Joyful Ranch.

Tickets are going, going... Well, not gone yet, but now is as good a time as any to buy your tickets. We'd love to see you there!

Lichens are awesome!   
And oaks are majestic    
Rockville Park
Saturday, August 13
8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

This fungus looked across a rock and saw some algae. It was love at first lichen. Ever since that day, these two organisms are just not as good without each other.

Join us on this free, docent-led hike to explore the exquisite world of lichen and oaks at Rockville Trails. 

30th Anniversary Solano Land Trust
1001 Texas Street, Suite C
Fairfield, CA 94533

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Photos courtesy of  Doug Wirtz, Yumi Wilson, Sarah Ferner, Joyful Ranch, Elizabeth Fry, and Dave Reider
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