Trail Closure

At Kirby Park, the accessible trail remains closed due to storm damage.

Welcome to the New elkhornslough.org

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Photo by Liz Levy

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byElkhorn Slough Team
onAugust 23, 2023

For organizations like ours, rooted in the daily work of caring for a place—its marshes and fields, its ponds and forests, its animals and people, its history and its future—it is sometimes easy to overlook something as intangible as a website. Yet nothing is more important to this work than the stories we share of what it means and why it matters, of what we do and dream every day for this place we love.

So, as we continue to grow in meeting our shared mission to preserve, restore, and celebrate the spectacular ecosystems of Elkhorn Slough and its surrounding landscapes, we are delighted to introduce this new and improved digital landscape at elkhornslough.org. We look forward to all of the ways it will help us connect more richly with our ever-expanding community of friends, supporters, and visitors to Elkhorn Slough.

You'll find new maps to explore, new hubs for all of our programs at the Elkhorn Slough Reserve, a new portal for visiting the slough, and much more. Please take a look around and let us know what you think.

Lastly, we never could have accomplished this redesign without the wisdom and expertise of our new friends at Cosmic, a local creative agency whose partnership was integral to the project. We're grateful for their commitment to social impact and their enthusiastic support of good work being done in the neighborhood.

Welcome!

Seal laying in salt marsh

Photo by Kiliii Yuyan

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