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Working Lands of the Laguna Watershed

November 20, 2020

Panel Discussion hosted by the Laguna Foundation, Sonoma RCD and Sonoma Ag + Open Space.  Thursday, December 3, 5-6:15 p.m. Free. Pre-registration required.

Working lands are an important part of the character, history and culture of the Laguna de Santa Rosa; we are fortunate to have a healthy farm and ranch economy that provides an abundance of local food as well as beautiful rural scenery. Join the Laguna Foundation, Sonoma Ag+ Open Space, the Sonoma RCD, and featured panelists Misti Arias of Sonoma Ag + Open Space, Doug Beretta of Beretta Family Dairy, and Stuart Schroeder of SRJC’s Shone Farm for a discussion on the role of working lands, family farming, and critical connections to the natural lands in the Laguna de Santa Rosa.


Kayaking the Laguna

Webinar with Allison Titus, Community Education Manager Wednesday, December 9, 2 p.m.-3 p.m. Free. Pre-registration required.


There’s no better way to appreciate the unique role of the Laguna de Santa Rosa than to embark on a kayak adventure! However, due to the Laguna’s dynamic nature, it can be hard to plan a successful kayaking trip. When does the Laguna fill with enough water? What are the best conditions and how can you track them? What routes do we recommend? During this webinar, Community Education Manager Allison Titus will discuss the Laguna’s critical role in slowing floodwaters to the lower Russian River as well as share resources, tips, and tricks for exploring the Laguna by boat.