There’ll be a public meeting to discuss the comprehensive resource management plan for the Jenner Headlands, which came into the Sonoma Land Trust about a month ago in one of the largest conservation land acquisitions in the state, and the
biggest ever in Sonoma County. The scheduled spring hikes on the 5,630-acre coastal property are already filled up, but the meeting on Saturday will give people a chance to see what’s planned for the property.
The meeting’s at the Jenner Community Club from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 30. It’s organized by the Sonoma Land Trust, and officials will be there to discuss what the plans are for public access to the property.
Click here for more info from the Sonoma Land Trust.
Click here for the recent PD story on the Jenner acquisition.