“Healdsburg Open Space Preserve is 150 acres of wetlands and oak woodlands, birds and other wild creatures, rocky serpentine chaparral, and open grasslands on easy-to-moderate hiking trails. It’s owned by the City of Healdsburg. Enjoy beautiful views of Fitch Mountain, the Russian River, and the Mayacamas Mountains. Healdsburg Ridge Open Space Preserve is located on the ancestral home of the Southern Pomo people and the Wappo people, past, present, and future. We recognize them as the first people and the first stewards of this land. We are on occupied territory and acknowledge the ongoing devastation of colonization.
Trails are crucial to safe access to nature, for both land and people. They also help reduce erosion and overuse of sensitive ecosystems. At LandPaths, our trails are people-powered, and we need your help maintaining them on these occasional stewardship days. The more people that come out for this trail stewardship day, the more we can get done! Plus, tending the land with like-minded people is a guaranteed mood-booster!”
Details: LandPaths (neoncrm.com)