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.
Year after year, it's devastating. We still for a third year offer free consultations for rebuilds. We come out and talk to you about where to go next with your landscape. Partnering with the Resilient Landscape Coalition we are leading the way on a scientific look at what makes what we call a resilient landscape. One that considers fire, drought and biodiversity. Please email us to set up a site visit. email@example.com
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Resilient Landscapes Workshops
It's time to understand how a systemic approach to the California landscape - considering drought, biodiversity and fire-wise can be incorporated into your land.
Head on over to SonomaResilientLandscapes.com for our latest virtual workshop recording.
We are part of the Resilient Landscapes Coalition - a beautiful collaboration between the Sonoma Ecology Center, UC Master Gardeners of Sonoma County, Firesafe Sonoma. Website: SonomaResilientLandscapes.com
Next workshop October 29th 6-8 hosted by Daily Acts (DailyActs.org)
Did you see this? Article in the Press Democrat about US!
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.
In Person Tours and Work Days
Starting up again in September! In person, bring your mask please and we will follow all Covid-19 safety guidelines.
Friday November 6th - First Fridays in the Garden at the Sonoma County Living Learning Landscapes (WWW.LivingLearningLandscapes.com).
Fall Maintenance and Fire-wise landscaping primer.
10-12 Meet at 1808 Albany Drive for a fun workday all levels of interest and ability are welcome. Come sweep the walkways, trim a few plants or do some heavy lifting. April our Executive Director will give you a tour of the project - just come for that if you like!
October 26th - Last Monday of the Month-Tour of Sebastopol Habitat Corridor Project
Join us for this fun and easy walk (less than 1/2 mile) around our California native landscapes in Sebastopol. 10 am in front of the Center for the Arts - 282 S High St, Sebastopol, CA 95472
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.
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.
Nancy oversees habitat integrity for all of our demonstration gardens and creates content for our website and newsletter.
Demonstration Garden Maintenance Volunteer
Penny keeps all of the public Corridor Project sites thriving and weed free.
The Habitat Corridor is a nonprofit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS tax code. Federal EIN# 94-3136500