What We Do
The Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation works to restore and conserve the Laguna de Santa Rosa, and to inspire public appreciation for this Sonoma County Wetland of International Importance.
For 25 years, the Laguna Foundation has been the voice for Sonoma County’s most spectacular land and water asset - The Laguna de Santa Rosa.
Working closely with our partners and collaborators on conservation, restoration and education programs, we focus our efforts to:
- Collaborate with landowners, government agencies, businesses and the agricultural community to improve water quality and groundwater resources for all.
- Protect threatened and endangered plants and animals by restoring habitat.
- Attract ground-breaking scientific research to the Laguna watershed.
- Bring together technical experts, land managers and policymakers to create effective climate adaptation strategies that preserve natural resources, biodiversity, and ecosystem services.
- Remove invasive species including water primrose, pepperweed, Harding grass and pennyroyal.
- Educate and inspire people of all ages to appreciate the Laguna through school programs, workshops, and volunteer opportunities.
A Benefit for the Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation!
Sun, September 24, 2017
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Enjoy the amazing bounty of our spectacular Laguna: fine wine and champagne, unique brews, and delicious edibles from our local farms and restaurants. Come enjoy interactive outdoor activities to learn more about the spectacular Laguna. Plus, enjoy a live auction featuring wild adventures. Help support our goal to create a healthy, thriving and beautiful Laguna for all. See you at the event! Click here for more event details.
Laguna In the News
Sonoma West Times and News
“Mountain lion spotted in Laguna”
Sonoma West Times and News
“Water Agency grant to Laguna Foundation for Zimpher Creek Restoration Project”
The Bohemian (Best of 2017): “Best Ephemeral Aquatic Experience”
The Press Democrat: "Sonoma County to spearhead plan to restore Laguna de Santa Rosa watershed”
KZST Interview: “Local Partners Receive Grant for Laguna Restoration Plan”
Check Out Our Events
Join us for fun indoor and outdoor learning adventures. New walks, talks & classes added often!
Full schedule here.
- Mid-Morning Murmurations: Natural History Outing for Seniors, July 21. Details.
- Summer Stories for the Young at Heart, Storytelling evening with Ane Carla Rovetta, July 22. Details.
- American Badger, presentation with Susan Kirks, July 29. Details.
- Urban Gray Fox, presentation with Bill Leikam, August 5. Details.
- Open-Weave Rush Basket, workshop with Charlie Kennard, August 6. Details.
- Mountain Lions, presentation with Dr. Quinton Martins, August 10. Details.
- Watershed Perspectives, Shady Creek Walk with Laguna Foundation staff and Guides, August 12. Details.
- Morning Irwin Creek Walk with Laguna Foundation staff and Guides, August 29. Details.