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Laguna Stewardship Days

Date: Once a month on a Saturday. Season is September 2016- May 2017 with a break over the summer.
Please save these dates! March 11, April 8, May 13.
Location: Details of the site location announced 1-2 weeks in advance of the workday (various sites along the Laguna in Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Rohnert Park and Cotati)
Required Experience & Qualifications: No experience needed. Training is provided. Children are welcome but must be able to participate. Please supervise your child at all times.

Help care for the Laguna and restore critical wildlife habitat - become a Laguna Steward!

Each month we offer a different opportunity 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, sewing 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.

UPCOMING WORKDAY

Saturday, March 11, 9am – Noon
Location TBD, Check back 1 week before workday.

Only heavy rain cancels. You can come once or multiple times. No RSVP is required, unless you are bringing a group of 4 or more people. Wear clothes that can get dirty. Snacks and tools are provided but please bring water, gloves and friends!

For more information, please contact: Brent Reed, Restoration Projects Manager
Phone: (707) 527-9277 ext. 101, Email:  brent@lagunafoundation.org 

What's Up With the Name Change?

After celebrating our 25th anniversary in 2015, Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation is excited to take our long-standing volunteer restoration efforts to the next level. The name change from Keepers to Stewards helps further our central goal of promoting the vital concept of stewardship as we enter our next 25 years. Laguna Foundation does not “own” the Laguna, so the future of this wetland complex and its surrounding watershed depends on each of us taking stewardship of this unique and internationally recognized resource.

The new name also serves the dual purpose of supporting our close and valuable partners, Russian River Keepers by avoiding the confusion of both organizations using the term “keepers.” Russian River Keepers and Laguna Foundation look forward to talking more about community stewardship, and working together with all our supporters to better conserve Sonoma County’s wetlands and waterways.

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