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Janet Fazio posted an event

Fiesta Nueva at The Gardens at Heather Farm

May 6, 2018 from 2pm to 5pm
From Cuba to Mexico and Puerto Rico to Peru, savor the flavors of Latin America at The Gardens at Heather Farm's annual gala fundraiser, Fiesta Nueva. The afternoon garden party takes place from 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, May 6,  on the beautiful, flower-filled grounds at The Gardens at Heather Farm in Walnut Creek. Guests will enjoy a variety of Latin American-inspired appetizers, refreshing beverages, and live salsa…See More
Mar 15
Tyler Snortum-Phelps left a comment for Maria Topper
"Hi Maria, welcome to the SCOCO Network! We look forward to getting to know you."
Mar 8
Maria Topper is now a member of Sustainable Contra Costa Network
Mar 8
Tyler Snortum-Phelps left a comment for Brenna Shafizadeh
"Hi Brenna, you ARE on one mailing, the one that gets the newsletter and other announcements. This network, which you just joined is an interactive site where you can post things in the discussion forums, add calendar events, etc. Welcome! "
Mar 6
Brenna Shafizadeh is now a member of Sustainable Contra Costa Network
Mar 6
Tyler Snortum-Phelps posted discussions
Mar 6
Kerry Rivers posted a discussion

Creating a Pollinator-Friendly Environment

One of the most rewarding sights to see in one’s garden is pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds fluttering from plant to plant. Pollinators play an important role in ecosystems, and are responsible for the growth of most flowers and foods we get to enjoy. To get started on a…See More
Mar 5
Kimberly Lam posted a discussion

Look Who's Taking Action: Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital

Did you know that the Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital in Walnut Creek is the first and largest wildlife rehabilitation center in the United States? It treats more than 5,500 injured and orphaned wild animals each year, including raptors, owls, foxes, reptiles and much more. As the human population continues to grow, our…See More
Mar 5

Welcome to the Sustainable Contra Costa Network

Family-Friendly Gardens

Saturday, March 24 - 10 am to 12 pm

Are you looking for ways to engage your kids in the garden? Many herbs, perennials and flowers stimulate the senses and attract pollinators like ladybugs and birds that help keep your garden healthy. Discover who might be visiting your garden as we explore "the good, the bad and the buggy" while showcasing some of the easiest family-friendly plants that pollinators love! Each family will make a pollinator home and receive a bug guide, plant list and an herb to get them started on creating their own thriving garden.

Register here

The Egg & I: Backyard Chickens For Everyone

Saturday, March 17 - 10 am to 12 pm

Backyard chickens are easier than ever! You can enjoy fresh eggs and the many benefits for your garden of these peaceful and low maintenance animals. The class will cover starting chicks, coop designs, food, bedding, health, egg birds vs. eggs & meat, and ALL your questions! Coop designs and resource list will be provided.

Information and registration here

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MCE Internships on the Public Affairs Team

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MCE Internships on the Public Affairs Team

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