Leiss Ranch, Petaluma
We are excited to invite you back on the land for two spring wildflower walks! Join us at Leiss Ranch on May 14 or May 29 for a self-guided walk through gently rolling pastures dotted with wildflowers.
Leiss Ranch, MALT protected since 2003, is owned and operated by Nancy Chaffin and her sister Betsy. Nancy is a strong steward of the land, working with MALT’s conservation team and Point Blue Conservation Science’s Student and Teachers Restoring a Watershed program on various land management projects that have helped protect a tributary flowing through the ranch’s lush grazing pastures. Years ago, Nancy followed in her mother’s bootsteps and took a keen interest in identifying and cataloging wildflowers found on their land. She and other botanists have noted more than 60 species to date!
Wildflower Walk Details
- Friday, May 14 and Saturday, May 29, 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
- MALT is offering these wildflower walks as a self-guided experience with a limited capacity so you and others can continue to stay safe.
- Bring a picnic, a book or simply enjoy the gently rolling one-mile walk.
- There is no set arrival time — registered guests can enjoy Leiss Ranch at their leisure between 12 p.m. and 3 p.m.
$20 per person
Free to children under 10
Space is limited and you must register to attend!
Contact tconway[at]malt.org for any questions.