Help plant the future!
Sonoma County's 5th Annual Laguna Re-Leaf Day
Saturday, April 5, 2014
Laguna Environmental Center
Our goal is to raise $25,000 and to plant 600 trees and native plants. Ths will create a healthier wildlife habitat, mitigate climate change and improve our air and water quality by restoring the riparian cover along Irwin Creek near Sanford and Occidental Roads.
What is Laguna Re-Leaf Day?
It’s like a walk-a-thon except we plant trees instead of walk miles! Volunteers ask friends, family, and co-workers to support them by donating money to help the Foundation’s tree planting restoration project.
Sign up today to be a volunteer fundraiser, get your company to be a business partner, or donate to the Laguna Re-Leaf Day by sponsoring an individual fundraiser or donating directly to the event.
For more information, visit our Laguna Re-Leaf Day page.
It's not too late to sign up for this year's Learning Laguna docent training!
Docents have the fun and joy of sharing the Laguna with school children in 2nd-4th grade. Join the 10-week training course to learn more about the Laguna, how to present the Learning Laguna activities and effective strategies for working with children, while making new friends along the way! Click here for details.
Laguna Keepers Day, March 1, 9am-Noon at the Joint Wetlands Native Plant Demonstration Garden.
A fabulous workday for native plant gardeners and enthusiasts who want to see a one-of-a-kind demonstration landscape. Visit the Laguna Keepers page for more details.
Second Saturday of the Month Open House, March 8, 10am-3pm. Enjoy nature-related activities, take a tour of the Laguna Environmental Center, bring a picnic. Enjoy the new art exhibit "Once Upon a Wetland" by Ane Carla Rovetta in Heron Hall. Open House details here.
Winter-Spring 2014 Schedule
Our public education program is offering a range of indoor and outdoor opportunities. More programs added often. Join us!
See full schedule here.
Coming soon . . .
- Mysterious Lives of Owls, presentation by The Hungry Owl Project, Saturday March 8, 3:00-4:30pm. Details here.
- The Complex Social Life of Cliff Swallows, with Dr. Charles Brown, Thursday, March 20, 7:00-8:30pm. Details here.
- Earth to Art, workshop with Ane Carla Rovetta, Saturday, March 22, 10am-4pm. THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL. Details here.
- Birds of the Laguna, presentation by Lisa Hug, Friday March 28, 6:30-8:30pm. Pre-registration required. Details here.