Restoration & Conservation

Community Collaboration Ensures a Hopeful Future for Gravenstein Creek

In early December our restoration team partnered with Point Blue Conservation Sciences’ Students and Teachers Restoring Watershed (STRAW) program and Sonoma Resource Conservation District's Farming Agriculture Resource Management for Sustainability(FARMS) program to get school kids out in the field restoring Gravenstein Creek on the City of Santa Rosa’s Brown Farm.

We hosted four classes of 3rd graders and the high school FARMS students. All told, 130 plants were installed, including 25 milkweed plants! The students and teachers all had a great time and loved getting their hands in the soil to help restore an important tributary of the Laguna.

Read more about this exciting conservation project in the January issue of our e-news.

Community Education

Learning Laguna Docent Training

Our 2023 Learning Laguna docent training class is forming now! Start your journey to sharing the wonders of nature with children. Classes start February 13, 2023.

Click here for more details.


UPCOMING EVENTS

A Laguna Field Guide:
An Artist's Take On Taxonomy

Presentation with Christopher Reiger
Sat., Jan. 28, 4:00 – 5:30 pm

Loving the Uplands: Stewardship Day
with Ag + Open Space
Sat., Feb. 11, 9:00 am – Noon

More events...

Around the Watershed

Take Flight With Us!

Thanks to you, we move confidently into 2023, actualizing big dreams for our natural world.

You are making critical work happen locally.

And it doesn’t seem to be over yet; donations continue to arrive! This is beyond our wildest expectations—and it only happened because of donors like you.

Your donation makes a difference
any day of the year!


Our Response To COVID-19

The LEC and Heron Hall Gallery is open to the public by appointment only. Staff can best be reached by email.

Heron Hall Exhibit

tree-frog-quilt"A Laguna Field Guide" by Christopher Reiger

On display now through April 28, 2023

Gallery Open by Appointment Only
Due to the multiple uses of Heron Hall, please schedule an appointment to see the exhibit during the week by contacting
Maggie Hart.

What is the Laguna de Santa Rosa?


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2020-2021 Impact Report

Our work is possible through the generosity of our donors. Check out our latest annual Impact Report to see how your support helps restore the Laguna watershed.

Click here to read more.