Garden Volunteer Day
Share your passion for pollinators by helping our native plant garden thrive!
Volunteers are essential in beautifying our site. Activities include planting, weeding, spreading wood chips, and general site cleanup.
The native plant landscape includes wildflowers, grasses, sedges, trees, forbes and herbaceous plants. The site also includes beautiful views, spots to have a picnic, a living willow tunnel in the Children’s Playscape, a bridge over a swale, a pond with wetland plants and an observation deck.
No experience necessary, just a willingness to learn about native plants. Training and tools will be provided, plus abundant and hearty snacks! Wear clothes and shoes that can get dirty. RSVP only if you are planning on bringing a group of 5 or more people so that we can have enough supplies. Only heavy rain cancels.
Driving Directions to the Laguna Environmental Center, 900 Sanford Road, Santa Rosa:
From Hwy 101, take Hwy 12 West towards Sebastopol (Go 3.4 miles). At the first streetlight, turn right on Fulton Road, then take the first immediate left onto Occidental Road (Go 3.2 miles). Turn right on Sanford Road. Laguna Foundation driveway is first driveway on the right.
Come enjoy the glory of autumn at the Laguna Environmental Center!
Maggie Hart, Outreach Coordinator
(707) 527.9277 x.100