Laguna Walk and Talk with Denise Cadman at the Laguna Environmental Center
Saturday, September 22nd
4:00-6:30pm – Irwin Creek & Laguna walk
6:30-7:30pm – Bring your own picnic and site tours
7:30-8:30pm – Aerial Tour of the Laguna presentation
Join us for any or all of these activities!
Location: 900 Sanford Rd. (corner of Occidental Rd.), Santa Rosa
Cost: Free (donations appreciated)
No RSVP necessary for any of the day’s activities.
In honor of Creek Week, celebrate the Laguna de Santa Rosa with a meander down to the Laguna from Stone Farm (where the Laguna Environmental Center is located) with resident biologist and Natural Resource Specialist for the City of Santa Rosa, Denise Cadman. See and learn about the restoration of lower Irwin Creek. Enjoy a picnic dinner (BYOP) at the Laguna Environmental Center, and if you want, join-in on one of the guide-led tours of the site. Then sit back and relax inside the beautiful Great Blue Heron Hall to enjoy a fascinating and fun-filled “Aerial Tour of the Laguna” presentation.
The Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation works to preserve, restore, and increase public appreciation and enjoyment of the Laguna de Santa Rosa, the largest tributary of the Russian River and Sonoma County’s richest wildlife area. The Foundation’s programs restore and enhance wildlife habitat, provide classroom and field trip learning experiences for school children, conduct scientific research, and create opportunities for the public to learn about and experience the Laguna’s wonders. We work collaboratively with landowners, public agencies and partner organizations to improve the Laguna’s ability to support wildlife, improve water quality, provide flood protection and enhance our quality of life with outdoor recreation opportunities.
For more information, please contact:
Anita Smith, Public Education Coordinator
Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation
(707) 527-9277 x 110