Restoration & Conservation

Supporting Endangered Species with Native Plant Nursery Expansion

This has been an exciting time for our native plant nursery. We are growing more plants than ever for our own projects, and on a contract basis for our partners.

This last year we sold more than 10,000 plants including 3,000 violas for Salt Point State Park and 1,500 narrow leafed milkweed for restoration projects throughout Sonoma County.

Read more about our nursery expansion in the November issue of our e-news.

Community Education

Walks, Talks, & Classes

Whether you’d like to learn a new skill, enjoy the beautiful Laguna scenery, or attend a fun event with your family, we offer a variety of offerings to deepen your appreciation for the Laguna, connect with nature, and inspire dedication to lifelong learning.

UPCOMING EVENTS

The Slow Water Movement: A Talk with Erica Gies, Author of "Water Always Wins"
Sat., Dec. 10, 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Laguna Stewardship Day: Meadowlark Field at the Sebastopol Wetlands Preserve
Sat., Dec. 10, 9:00 am – Noon

More events...

Around the Watershed

Take Flight With Us!

So much gratitude! Thanks to a small group of committed supporters we are able to launch a $150,000 Challenge.

Proving that Margaret Mead was right when she said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has,” this small group came together to form a challenge they hope will inspire you.

Please help us turn $150,000 into $300,000!


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.

New Heron Hall Exhibit

tree-frog-quiltOn display now through Dec. 23, 2022

"Layers: Serenity, Survival, and Silence" Featuring paintings by Sally Rapelye Briggs

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.

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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.