Team Sugarloaf is a partnership of five non-profit organizations dedicated to the natural resources of Sonoma Valley and to providing access to the natural haven of 3,900 acres provided by Sugarloaf Ridge State Park.
The lead partner of Team Sugarloaf overseeing general operations, Sonoma Ecology Center is dedicated to protecting the beauty and biodiversity of Sonoma Valley. The center does hands-on restoration, K-12 education, research, and mapping, and also operates the Sonoma Garden Park.
Operated by Valley of the Mo on Observatory Association, RFO is Northern California’s most active public observatory. Located right in Sugarloaf Ridge SP, RFO offers both solar and night sky observing to the public.
Operating the 47-site campground in Sugarloaf as well as campgrounds at many other parks, UCCRâ€™s offers safe, well-equipped sites and accommodations and thoughtful services at moderate costs.
Maintaining Sugarloaf trails, SCTC works in partnership with others to advocate, plan, build, and maintain a network of sustainable, shared-use public trails for non-motorized recreation throughout Sonoma County.
VMNHA seeks to increase the understanding and appreciation of the natural and historic features of these parks. It operates Jack London State Historic Park in Glen Ellen. VMNHA helps train docents for Sugarloaf.