Solano Land Trust featured on Doug McConnell's OpenRoad!

 
Doug highlights "Solano County Jewels" and interviews our Executive Director, Nicole Braddock, for a segment on Solano Land Trust properties.

 
 
 
          Click on the image to play the short video!
 
 
OpenRoad with Doug McConnell takes viewers on journeys to explore the natural, historical and cultural treasures of the Bay Area and Northern California focusing principally in parks and open spaces protected by the public and made accessible to all people for all time.

Outdoor Adventures

 

    Monday, July 3:
    Holiday Hike
    at Rockville Trails Preserve
    Free! 
     
    Saturday, July 8:
    Volunteer Opportunity:
    Trail Crew at Lynch Canyon
    Pre-registration recommended
    Email Jordan: jordan@solanolandtrust.org
     
    Friday, July 14:
    Volunteer Opportunity:
    Citizen Science Friday
    Pre-registration required
    Email Sue: sue@solanolandtrust.org
     
     
     
     

      Please Note

      • June Construction Alert!


        The land trust will be completing the final erosion control structure on the South Fork of Lynch Creek this June. The site is the crossing of Tower Trail with the creek. Visitors will not be able to access this crossing between June 13 (Tuesday) and into the following week through June 23. The rock structure will look similar to the one below Lynch Road creek crossing by the corral. Our contractor will be placing large boulders in precise u-shape down the creek bed to slow flow and reduce erosive energy. Please check the signage in the parking area before you enter. 

      • Lynch Canyon may be closed on short notice due to extreme weather. Check solanocounty.com/parks for closure announcements, or call 530-795-2990 to speak with a Park Ranger.

Lynch Canyon Soundscapes - with Mare Island Technology Students

Video by Steve Dunsky

Lynch Canyon Soundscapes from Steve Dunsky on Vimeo.