The Kashia Coastal Reserve comprises 688 acres of redwood forests, pristine creeks, open grassland, and dramatic coastal bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean near Stewarts Point.
Providing places for people to hike, bike and be in nature contributes to a healthy community.
Water is life. Human communities, wildlife, and native habitats depend on intact groundwater basins and stream systems to survive and thrive.
Keeping agriculture thriving in Sonoma County has myriad benefits, including providing local food security, protecting groundwater basins, avoiding urban sprawl, retaining scenic beauty and the county’s rural character, and protecting biological diversity and wildlife habitat.
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