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If I could be all of these places doing all of these things, I would! This calendar is meant to act as a community resource for opportunties to get outside and to learn more about the natural world around us. Make sure to follow the links in the events to get all the up to date details and to register! If you have an event for the calendar, email me at catibugg8@gmail.com.

Community Calendar

If I could be all of these places doing all of these things, I would! This calendar is meant to act as a community resource for opportunties to get outside and to learn more about the natural world around us. Make sure to follow the links in the events to get all the up to date details and to register!

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If you have an event for the calendar, email me at catibugg8@gmail.com.

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Laguna Watershed Perspectives: Exploring Colgan Creek

  • Heron Hall, Laguna Environmental Center 900 Sanford Road Santa Rosa, CA, 95401 United States (map)

Laguna Watershed Perspectives: Exploring Colgan Creek
With Shelly Spriggs (Regional Parks), Aaron Nuñez (City of Santa Rosa), Christine Fontaine (Laguna Foundation) and Laguna Guides
Sunday, January 13, 2019, 9:00am-12:30pm
Heron Hall, Laguna Environmental Center, 
900 Sanford Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95401
$10 
(non-refundable). Pre-registration required.

How is Colgan Creek connected to the Laguna de Santa Rosa? Join Regional Parks, City of Santa Rosa, and Laguna Foundation staff and volunteers for a leisurely ~3 mile walk along Colgan Creek Trail to find out! We’ll meet at the Laguna Environmental Center for snacks and a brief overview, then carpool together to the trail to explore cultural and natural history, observe plant and animal life along an urban fringe, learn about creek stewardship and restoration, and get outdoors together - rain or shine! This walk is suitable for ages 12 and up (children must be accompanied by an adult), and the ~3 miles will be walked on mostly flat paved and compacted gravel trails.

Shelly Spriggs is a Park Naturalist with Sonoma County Regional Parks. Aaron Nuñez is a Natural Resources Specialist with the City of Santa Rosa’s Creek Stewardship Program. Christine Fontaine is Director of Education Programs with the Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation. To learn more about the City of Santa Rosa’s Creek Stewardship Program and to see a downloadable PDF map of city creeks, click here. Regional Parks offers a downloadable PDF map of Colgan Creek here with further information on their website.

Later Event: January 19
Pond Farm Docent-led Tour