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2015 Marks Our 25th Anniversary!

Our 25th Anniversary celebrations begin with the joint exhibit with the Sebastopol Center for the Arts: “Wetlands: Ever Changing Waters, Land, and Life” on display through February 21.

On Jan 31, join us for a special presentation and private reception with Prof. Ben Benson on Native Art of the Laguna. More details here.

Additional events, special activities, lectures, and celebrations will be announced as the year unfolds. Stay tuned!
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The 6th Annual Laguna Re-Leaf Day is April 11, 2015

Help us raise the funds needed to plant over 600 native plants and trees in one day!

Fundraisers are invited to support their tree planting efforts with pledges from family, friends, and collegues, then join us on the big planting day in April! This will create healthier wildlife habitat, mitigate climate change and improve air and water quality by restoring the riparian cover along Irwin Creek.Call today to sign up to participate! 707.527.9277

Click here to make
an online pledge!

Volunteer

Learning Laguna Docent Training Coming Up in March

Educational. Fulfilling. Fun!
Consider joining the dynamic Learning Laguna program as a docent, sharing your love of the Laguna and what you learn in the 10-week training with 2nd-4th graders. Read about the program and how to get involved here.


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Laguna Keepers Monthly Restoration Workdays

Our next workday is Saturday, January 17 along the Upper Laguna in Cotati. We'll be doing infill plantings, mulching, weeding, and giving general TLC to this beautiful urban wildlife area. Join us for the rewarding fun! Info here.


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In addition to Open Houses on the second Saturday of each month, the Laguna Environmental Center is open to the public for self-guided tours
Monday-Thursday, 9am-5pm

Directions.

Public Education

group bird watching

Winter & Spring 2015 Schedule

Join us for fun indoor and outdoor learning adventures! New walks, talks & classes added often! See full schedule here.

Coming soon . . . .

  • Native Art of the Laguna, lecture with Professor Ben Benson at Sebastopol Center for the Arts, Jan. 31. Details here.
  • Earth to Art workshop, with Ane Carla Rovetta, Feb. 7. Details here.
  • Raptors in Love, talk by Lawrence Broderick, Feb. 12. Details here.
  • Traditional Basket Weaving Demos, with Clint and Lucy McKay during Open House, Feb. 14. Details here.
  • Roots of Beauty: The Complex Tradition of Native Basket Weaving, talk by Clint McKay, Feb. 14. Details here.
  • Visual Journaling with the Laguna, workshop with Dianne Monroe, March 7. Details here.

Heron Hall Rentals

Rent Our Facilities

Hold your event in a very special place! Great Blue Heron Hall at the Laguna Environmental Center is the perfect setting for your next meeting, educational event, retreat, or workshop. For more information, click here.

Our Mission

The Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation works to restore and conserve the Laguna de Santa Rosa, and to inspire public appreciation for this Sonoma County Wetland of International Importance.


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