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California Agricultural Leadership Foundation logo
California Agricultural Leadership Program

Land IQ is a strong supporter of the California Agricultural Leadership Foundation, who administers a leadership development program for farmers, ranchers and those involved in allied industries. Land IQ is proud to have three alumni of the Ag Leadership Program: 

  • Joel Kimmelshue (Class 37)

  • Mica Heilmann (Class 40)

  • Stephanie Tillman (Class 41)

Supporting a number of local organizations through volunteer hours and financial support.
Sacramento Area Organizations

Land IQ is proud to support a number of local organizations through volunteer hours and financial support.  Some of these include:

  • River City Food Bank

  • Rotary International

  • Loaves & Fishes

  • Rocklin Youth Soccer

  • St. John's Shelter Program

  • Sacramento Kindness Campaign

  • Sacramento County Fair Junior Livestock Auction

Students working on outdoor education program.
Native Wildlife Garden at Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area

Land IQ teamed on a Metropolitan Water District (MWD) community grant with Los Angeles Audubon, Friends of Baldwin Hills, and the California Native Plant Society, Los Angeles and Santa Monica Chapters to plant a native wildlife garden at the Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area (KHSRA). This project included training local youth to monitor the developing plant community. The garden is now part of the Los Angeles Audubon’s middle and elementary school outdoor education program that serves 1,400 students each year, mainly from Title I schools within the Los Angeles Unified School District.

Native Habitat Tour Series
Restoration Tours

Land IQ Habitat Restoration Ecologists lead ecological tours sponsored by the Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) every spring. This is a unique opportunity for the public to see native habitat areas that were preserved or restored in association with the construction of Orange County’s public Toll Roads. Tours have included a burn recovery hike at Siphon Reservoir; wildflower and bird watching at Upper Chiquita Canyon; wildlife undercrossing hike at Upper Laurel Canyon in Laguna Coast Wilderness Park; and a restoration and bird watching tour at the Bonita Creek wetlands. For more information about the annual Native Habitat Tour Series, call TCA at 949-754-3405 or visit

Bonita Creek Wetland Native Habitat
Bonita Creek Interactive Classroom Website

The Bonita Creek Interactive Classroom is maintained by the Transportation Corridor Agencies under a grant from MWD. Land IQ was instrumental in the development of the website which provides a virtual tour and science curricula focusing on the Bonita Creek wetland restoration site. The website can be accessed on-site, from a computer in the classroom or home. The website highlights the role of native plants in the environment and the importance of restoring wetlands and riparian habitats to improve water quality, conserve water, and provide habitat for wildlife. The interactive classroom can be accessed at:

Natural Resource Enrichmnet Program
Baldwin Hills Outdoor Resources Enrichment Program

Land IQ and Los Angeles Audubon, with a grant from the Baldwin Hills Conservancy, established a native habitat restoration ecology and natural resource enrichment program at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook. Since 2008, this program has provided experiential learning for high school students in environmental sciences, including native habitat restoration ecology and natural resources management. Students from local high schools apply for positions as science interns with a second program for restoration leaders. They actively participate in the comprehensive process to transform the former development tract at the current Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook into a functioning native ecosystem. 

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