Sun, May 13, 2018, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Celebrate Mother’s Day and Mother Earth with a fun and informative walk along the Laguna de Santa Rosa with Regional Parks and Laguna Foundation naturalists and ecologists. Learn about the meaningful connections between this spectacular watershed and the plants, animals, and people that call it home. In this Mother’s Day afternoon stroll along part of the Laguna de Santa Rosa trail and Meadowlark Field, we will also focus on the rich history of the area and the 20+ years worth of collaborative restoration work in the area.
Total mileage walking will be 2-3 miles over mostly flat but uneven ground. This walk is suitable for adults and families with children 10 years and older, as we will be frequently stopping and talking. Heavy rain cancels. Leading the walk will be Regional Parks’ naturalist Shelly Spriggs, Laguna Foundation’s Ecological Program Manager Brent Reed, and Laguna Foundation’s Public Education Manager Anita Smith. Join us for this enjoyable afternoon stroll.
To learn more about Sonoma County Regional Parks’ Laguna de Santa Rosa Trail, click here: http://parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/Visit/Laguna-de-Santa-Rosa-Trail/
To learn more about the Laguna de Santa Rosa, click here:
Laguna Environmental Center
900 Sanford Road