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We design and create California native plant restoration gardens that support wildlife in the urban environment.

WE BELIEVE that each garden can serve as an island for biodiversity - a landing place for birds, bees and butterflies.  With enough of these islands, we  create a corridor that supports life throughout the urban landscape.

 

 

Current Newsletter:

https://mailchi.mp/habitatcorridorproject/today-at-the-habitat-corridor-project-13341143

Take a tour!

Our self guided tour is a fun way to get out of the house and see some biodiversity. Look close and see all of the pollinators.  Please wear a mask.

Click Here for a .PDF of our SEBASTOPOL CORRIDOR PROJECT SELF-GUIDED TOUR

 

Living Learning Landscapes Workdays

Our next workday will be Friday April 2nd from 10 - 12 am.

We will meet with masks and bring your own tools - digging tool and clippers or whatever you like- please join us!

Please email april@habitatcorridorproject to reserve your spot.

 

Our Story

Five years ago April Owens and Nancy Bauer came together with a common passion for creating habitat in the urban landscape. Nancy the author of The California Wildlife Habitat Garden: How to Attract Bees, Butterflies, Birds, and Other Animals (UC Press) and April a landscape professional bring our combined experience to create a growing urban landscape of habitat gardens.

April Profile

April Owens

Executive Director and Co-Founder

April collaborates with a wide range of partnerships to continue to create new corridor sites.  She also oversees our residential design services.

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Nancy Bauer

Co-Founder 

Nancy oversees habitat integrity for all of our demonstration gardens and creates content for our website and newsletter.

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Penny Dalton

Demonstration Garden Maintenance Volunteer 

Penny keeps all of the public Corridor Project sites thriving and weed free.

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The Habitat Corridor is a nonprofit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS tax code. Federal EIN# 94-3136500