Ready for raptors!

Lynch Canyon is home to golden eagles and hawks, and it's a magnet for migrating and over-wintering birds of prey. Come admire them on a guided hike on Saturday, December 5.
Learn more here.

A red-tailed hawk photographed by Paul Schwafel

Solano County's Agricultural Roots Run Deep

Solano County is home to rich agricultural soils, and hardworking farmers and ranchers. See what local farmers and ranchers grow and how you can buy local by visiting Solano Grown.

Solano Land Trust works to keep ranching and farming families on their properties. One of the ways we do this is through agricultural conservation agreements. Learn more about these conservation agreements here, and about the farmers and ranchers of Solano County here.

Cherry tomatoes from Shooting Star CSA

Outdoor Adventures

    Saturday, December 5:
  • Eagles, Hawks & Other Birds of Prey Hike at Lynch Canyon
    Reserve your spot here
  • Nature Hike at the King-Swett Ranches
  • Volunteer Opportunity: Ranch Crew at Rush Ranch

  • Friday, December 11:
  • Citizen Science Friday Volunteer Opportunity at Lynch Canyon

  • Saturday, December 12:
  • Trail Crew Volunteer Opportunity at Lynch Canyon

  • Saturday, December 19:
  • Volunteer Opportunity at Rush Ranch
  • Get the Rush at Rush Ranch

  • Wednesday, December 23:
  • Flooded with Science and Seawater at Rush Ranch: A guided nature walk along the edge of Suisun Marsh during the King Tide
    Reserve your spot here

  • Click here for details & many more events

  • Notes:
    Lynch Canyon may be closed on short notice due to extreme weather. Check for closure announcements.

    At Rush Ranch, the Marsh and South Pasture Trails will be closed due to seasonal use restrictions some Fridays through Sundays now through February 28, 2016. Click here for dates.