Fire Recovery and Replanting at Laguna Environmental Center
February 24, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm |
This presentation will include an overview about the fire’s impacts in the Laguna de Santa Rosa Watershed and the region, and will provide information about soil erosion, native plants, and water quality. While the information and resources are meant especially for landowners impacted by the October fires, the general public is welcome to attend. Whether your land is a tenth of an acre or 100 acres, the native plants on your property provide wildlife habitat, prevent erosion, and improve water quality. They are growing a variety of native trees and shrubs with seeds collected locally to share with landowners next fall.
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