Solstice Wonder and Holiday Greetings from Big Sur Land Trust!

As we approach the winter solstice, we hope you are taking opportunities to slow down and find some wonder in your world. In anticipation of the longest night, the rains have come to the lands you love in Monterey County, reminding us that renewal is on its way.

As the light of day begins to hold on longer, we wish you more time outdoors jumping in puddles, walking among the leaves that are still falling, or just taking a moment to breathe in the crisp winter air. And to show our gratitude for your support, here’s a brief holiday video from all of us to all of you.

Happy Holidays!
Your friends at Big Sur Land Trust

Pick Up a Holiday Gift Now – December 22!

Looking for unique gifts this holiday season? There’s still time to order from our online store, and when you use the coupon code “LOVE30” you’ll receive a 30% discount in celebration of the global 30×30 conservation initiative.

Pick up your gift at our Monterey office at 509 Hartnell Street, from 9:00am – 5:00pm now through Friday, December 22! You’ll find apparel, caps, beanies, and wonderful art posters featuring our Mitteldorf, Glen Deven Ranch, and Marks Ranch nature preserves. We also have a selection of awesome water bottles featuring our popular logo front and center. You’ll be giving a meaningful gift that keeps on giving while supporting the lands you love! Shop today >>

Please note: orders that require shipping will not arrive by December 25, 2023.

Martin Dunes Invasive Species Removal

Saturday, January 6 & 27
9:30am – 1:30pm

Martin Dunes

Removing ice plant and annual grasses is hard work, but necessary to protect the critical habitats for several special status species, including the Monterey spineflower, Smith’s blue butterfly, and Western snowy plover. Please join us in removing these invasive species in an effort to restore and care for the lands we love at Martin Dunes. Learn more >>

Please donate today through MCGives! and your generosity will help protect and restore oak woodlands, grasslands, water sources, and other habitats that are crucial to the survival of pollinators and other wild creatures before it’s too late.