From the Classroom

Watch This: Steamer Landing Restoration Video!

Carpe Diem and Sonoma Mountain High Schools are back for year two of watershed education! Last year, in collaboration with our Stewardship Coordinator Lee Farese, they planted a plethora of native plants on the McNear Peninsula, also known as Steamer Landing Park. This year they are back with plans to plant even more in an ongoing effort to rewild the park. 

This project is part of the PG&E's solar suitcase program and has won one teacher and two students a trip to Ecuador to install solar suitcases in schools! Wow! 

Watch this amazing video they made of their project! And check out our blog post about their project last year.