Land Trust Public Access

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All preserves are closed to visitors during red flag, fire weather watch or extreme fire behavior warnings issued through the National Weather Service. Be sure to check the latest weather report prior to your visit.

 

 

 

2021 Update

Guided hikes and workdays

We miss you and look forward to seeing you in person as soon as we can! The current social distancing regulations still do not allow for field trips to resume at this time, however we do look forward to adding these back just as soon as is possible.

In the meantime, we invite you to visit our Public Parks & Trails page to find areas you can get out to enjoy and encourage you to do so in accordance with all local safety guidelines.

 

Archer Taylor Preserve and Dunn-Wildlake Preserve access

Archer Taylor Preserve   

Now open to limited access for those who have completed an orientation session. 

 

Dunn-Wildlake Preserve –  

Still closed to all public access due to post-fire recovery efforts.

 

 

Dunn-Wildlake and Archer Taylor are two of the Land Trust’s permanent preserves that offer public access via orientation meetings for each preserve.

Dunn-Wildlake Preserve

Public Access on Dunn-Wildlake Preserve

The Land Trust has been hosting public access orientation sessions for our Dunn-Wildlake and Duff Preserves since June 2013. Portions of Wildlake-Duff are now accessible to hiking and biking for individuals who have completed an orientation.

Participants are provided with information on visitor use, the LTNC preserve network, preserve natural history and ecology and ways to get involved with land stewardship efforts. Please note that participants will also be asked to sign a liability waiver and use agreement.

For more information on the preserve itself, visit the Dunn-Wildlake Preserve page.

Commercial Use is prohibited on all LTNC properties.

Dunn-Wildlake Orientation Sessions –

Guided Hikes and Volunteer Work Days –

2021 Schedule to be determined once Covid-19 restrictions allow. Please check back with us. We look forward to seeing you in person again as soon as is safely possible!

 

Archer Taylor Preserve

Public Access on Archer Taylor Preserve

Archer Taylor Preserve is open again after lengthy restoration efforts restricted recreational access due to the 2017 wildfires. Once you have completed an orientation session, you must contact the ATP caretakers at least 48 hours in advance to request permission to visit the preserve on your own for noncommercial recreational use only.

ATP caretakers Jaye Cook and Elizabeth Stevens can be reached via phone at 707-254-0996 or email at ATPHiker[at]napalandtrust.org. Those individuals who seek access for commercial use or have not completed an orientation session previously will not be granted permission.

For more information on the preserve itself, visit the Archer-Taylor Preserve page.

Commercial Use is prohibited on all LTNC properties.

ATP Orientation Sessions –

Guided Hikes and Volunteer Work Days –

2021 Schedule to be determined once Covid-19 restrictions allow. Please check back with us. We look forward to seeing you in person again as soon as is safely possible!

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All preserves are closed to visitors during red flag warning and fire weather watch days as issued through the National Weather Service. Be sure to check the latest weather report prior to your visit.

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