Laguna de Santa Rosa

There’s More Than Meets the Eye to Dragonflies

Dec 23, 2016

Dragonflies aren’t just old—they date back to the age of the dinosaurs—they’re strange.  Also colorful, pest-eating, non-threatening to humans, and still surprisingly unstudied.

Among all the strange and unusual things that have been learned about Dragonflies, there is one that stands out above everything else, says Kathy Biggs:  their mating practices.

Discovering the New Laguna Discovery Trail

Apr 21, 2016
Bruce Robinson, KRCB

  Just in time for Earth Day, a new public trail near Rohnert Park shows visitors how ecological restoration unfolds over time, as pasture and grasslands are gradually converted back to a stretch of riparian forest.

It may not be apparent to casual visitors, says Laguna Foundation Executive Director Munroe, but the replantings and other ecological restoration efforts along the new Discovery Trail represent hundreds of hours of work, in a project that will remain ongoing for several more years.

Sebastopol’s Village Building Convergence Resumes

Apr 17, 2016

  The Sebastopol Village Building Convergence is underway for a second and more extensive time, with an increased focus on neighborhood projects and informational programs.

A full schedule of events for the current Convergence can be found here (scroll down for event details).

Small Mountain of Trash Cleared from Laguna Channel

Sep 17, 2015
Maggie Hart, Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation

Representatives from the participating agencies were on hand to celebrate the conclusion of the clean-up project. Pictured from r-l are: Kevin Munroe, Laguna Foundation; James Gore, 4th District Supervisor; Michael Thompson, Sonoma County Water Agency; Karen Fies, Sonoma County Human Services; Matt Martin, Social Advocates for Youth; and David Kuszmar, North Coast Regional Water Quality Control BoardCredit Maggie Hart, Laguna de Santa Rosa FoundationEdit | Remove