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View at Stewarts Point Ranch.
View at Stewarts Point Ranch.

Stewarts Point Ranch, a property we own and protect in northern Sonoma County, has a long and interesting history. The Richardson family settled at Stewarts Point in the 1860’s. Recently, a wonderful oral history project called “The Story Shed” interviewed 93-year-old Harold Richardson, who still lives at Stewarts Point, just south of our property.

Listen to his interview and learn about the people who shaped this part of the coast:http://thestoryshed.wordpress.com/2013/05/23/a-bride-and-two-dollars/


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About Jessica Neff

Jessica joined the in 2011 as the Land Project and Stewardship Manager. She has worked in land conservation since 2005 in land project and stewardship management.


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