Lafferty Park atop Sonoma Mountain as seen from Petaluma Friends of Lafferty Park Winter cascade of Adobe Creek in Lafferty Park
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Key Documents:

FLP press rease announcing legal action on access to Lafferty gate (PDF)

"Press backgrounder"; a concise history and status of the Lafferty issue

Information about the Mitsui trail offer and its significance for Lafferty Park: press coverage, map, photos, background

Letter guidelines for writing to key elected officials and newspapers

Analysis of safety issues on Sonoma Mountain Road, with a proposal for lower-cost traffic-calming solutions by Dr. Joern Kroll (also in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format)

More documents


Friends of Lafferty Park is a Petaluma-based volunteer organization supporting the City of Petaluma's plans for a wilderness park at the old Lafferty Ranch atop Sonoma Mountain. Our mission is
to develop, maintain, and improve Petaluma's Lafferty Park and enhance the experience of park visitors through volunteerism, fund-raising, and education.

Save the date for our Lafferty fundraiser,
Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at Lagunitas Brewery

Return to Lafferty:
This Land is Your Land!

Lafferty Ranch from Petaluma Under the auspices of Room to Roam, Friends of Lafferty Park will hold a fundraising event to help open publicly-owned Lafferty Ranch. 

We are raising funds to continue our legal and other continuing efforts to open Lafferty to public access. These funds will pay for external services in support of our pro bono legal team, help educate the public on the rare value of Lafferty, and defend our public property rights.

The event is at Lagunitas Brewery in Petaluma, on Tuesday, May 20, from 5:30 to 8:00 PM. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. There will be music, beautiful photographs, laughter, music & singing, food & drink.

Click here to buy advance tickets from BrownPaperTickets

For more information: admin@laffertyranch.org

 


Contemplative hiker on upper Lafferty Park meadow. Photo by Bruce Hagen.

"Let children walk with Nature."
- John Muir


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