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Laguna Stewardship Days

Throughout the year, we offer a different opportunities to take part in ensuring a brighter future for the Laguna. Tasks vary depending on the season and include removing old irrigation hardware from successful restoration projects, sowing seeds, planting native plants and trees, and weeding. Joining the Laguna Stewards is a fun and meaningful way to volunteer while enjoying the outdoors and sharing the company of like-minded people.

Laguna Stewards: October Vernal Pools
Saturday, October 21, 2023. 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
FREE. Pre-registration required.

Location: TBD

Help endangered species, connect with other members of the community and learn alongside your friends through our vernal pool stewardship!

Join us this October as we go steward and learn about vernal pools! These unique ecosystems are found in the Laguna de Santa Rosa watershed and host many threatened and endangered species found only in Sonoma County. Our conservation and restoration team will lead us in everything from raking and removing thatch, to preparing for planting endangered Sebastopol Meadowfoam seeds. Our education and restoration staff will also share some insight about the environmental field and the vast work the organization does as a whole.

PLEASE NOTE: All in-person outings follow current Sonoma County health orders and guidelines for group activities. Please let us know in advance if you can no longer attend so we can offer a spot to someone on the waitlist. Heavy smoke, excessive heat or heavy rain cancels.

volunteer handbook

For more information, contact Brent Reed, Ecological Program Manager
(707) 527-9277 xt. 101 or by email at Brent@LagunaFoundation.org

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