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
SUBMITTAL Concept Drawing 2018 SF FLOWER SHOW Biodiversity By Design and it’s gonna be wonderful!
We are awaiting our first run of great trucker hats! They will be here by the end of October. Email email@example.com to reserve yours! $35.00 custom made by Headsweats – perfect for workouts, gardening, hiking or anything in between. WE
BONFIRE CAMPAIGN- HCP launched a fun bonfire.com campaign Buy a shirt, look great AND each shirt purchased fund a California native plant in one of our many projects. Please go to Bonfire.com and search for The Habitat Corridor Project. Order
Co-founder April Owens will be speaking at the DIY tent on Saturday August 12th at 1 pm about using California native plants to encourage pollinators and habitat. Biodiversity! See attached for plant list and rough notes for
We are so excited to launch our new logo designed by the wonderful Jean Obek of Obek Design. Please buy a shirt to support us! Each shirt = 1 California native plant installed in one of our projects throughout California.
Siberian Candyflower For so many of us, wildlife habitat gardening is not so much a gardening style as a reverence for Mother Nature—her creatures, her beauty, wisdom and design. I love to hike in our local wild places as often