Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Jenner Headlands preserved

On December 17, 2009 Sonoma Land Trust purchased 5,630 acres of land just north of the town of Jenner, on the Sonoma coast. This acreage, north of the Russian River and Sonoma Coast State Park, will open to public access via guided hikes in 2010.

Read more about the acquisition on the Sonoma Land Trust website and on SFGate.

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Chris Greenwalty said...

This is really good news. I am sure that things will run in a good way if the hiking area is developed well with all of the facilities. I with my entire dissertation writing service team will visit the area soon to see if things are working fine.