Restoration & Conservation
Celebrate 50 Years of the Endangered Species Act
May 19th is Endangered Species Day and 2023 marks the 50th Anniversary of the Endangered Species Act (ESA). In 1973, the bill was passed with almost unanimous bipartisan support to protect species in danger of extinction. Fifty years later, 55 species have recovered—including the bald eagles we regularly see along the Laguna de Santa Rosa! While bald eagles are no longer on the list, 1,678 animal and plant species are listed as threatened or endangered and 23 species have gone extinct. Clearly more work is needed!
Our conservation and restoration work throughout the watershed help in the important work to save rare and endangered species.
Read more about the ESA and how our programs helps ensure the survival of many endangered or threatens species in the May issue of our e-news.
Camp Tule Registration Now Open!
Camp Tule is a nature-based cay camp where children ages 6-12 are given space to nurture their creativity and spend time exploring and playing in nature. We are excited to invite campers back for another summer of outdoor adventures and fun!
Only a few spots left - Register today!
It All Begins in the Nest
Online program with David Lukas
Friday, May 26, 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
"Oh, I Wish I had My Camera with Me"—HEY YOU DO!
Workshop with Neil and Susan Silverman
Saturday, June 3, 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
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.