Summertime around here at Habitat Corridor Projects are busy! We have installed quite a few wonderful demonstration gardens and are trying to find ways to get more folks switching their water thirsty boring traditional gardens over to vibrant and biodiverse
1808 Albany Drive is planted, irrigated and ready for the icing – mulch! Please visit the website LivingLearningLandscapes.com to learn more about this exciting multi-agency project. Free plans, pretty demonstration gardens, and a ton of biodiversity!
It is all about biodiversity- a big word that drives all of our work here at the Habitat Corridor Project. Yes,there are plants from other places in the world that are great for saving water and providing nectar for non-native
Enjoy our newest set of plans appropriate to many regions in California but designed specifically for Sonoma County. 1. Gardening under the Oaks is easy and drought tolerant with the right plant choices and care not to water in the summer
The plants of California can fit in any design style from English Cottage Garden to Modern. We at the Habitat Corridor Project don’t stick to one style but a few elements are consistently in our gardens. Boulders – big ones,
Please use these drought tolerant and California native plant plans to rebuild your landscape hopefully better than before. A year in the making they are wonderfully biodiverse and suitable to Sonoma County in most areas …. actually in ALL areas!
Our community has been hit hard by the Sonoma County Fires and we at the Habitat Corridor Project are devastated to see such loss in our community. We are working hard to produce some open source plans and information to
SEBASTOPOL CENTER FOR THE ARTS- CONCEPTS It is finally in! After a long wait for our sheet mulching to work we’ve finally added phase one and phase two plantings. Just need to give these little plants some time and let
I stumbled upon this wonderful resource for sustainable landscaping from the Russian River Watershed nonprofit. It’s beautiful how powerful a group of people can be to change the planet. Nonprofits are so great! FOLLOW THIS LINK TO THEIR INFORMATIONAL .PDF
Fall is the perfect time for planting most California natives. This week we put in the second phase planting at our largest demonstration garden to date. A beautiful perennial meadow of that will be a buzzing lively habitat garden in