From Riverbanks to Floodplains at Laguna Environmental Center

April 20 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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The Laguna de Santa Rosa is an ever-changing landscape, from a submerged wetland more akin to a lake during winter to a web of small streams in the heat of summer. This past February, they experienced firsthand how torrential rains can turn trickling creeks into flowing rivers and low-lying fields into flooded pools. Managing this complex system for the safety of their communities, health of the watershed and enjoyment of their rich backyard ecosystem is a large undertaking, and one that is worked on by many organizations and partnerships throughout Sonoma County.

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