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Cotati's Pocket Park
Join us June 4th

Join us Saturday, June 4th for this FREE event to expand Pocket Park Food Forest with the installation of native pollinator plants. Participants will get hands-on experience with sheet mulching and drip irrigation while learning all about water-wise plants and permaculture design principles.  

We’re working in partnership with the City of Cotati and Oliver’s Market to create a pollinator paradise on the opposite side of the creek from Pocket Park. This little gem of a food forest was once an under-utilized lawn and is nestled beside a section of the Laguna de Santa Rosa. Transforming this new area will reduce herbicide runoff and erosion to the neighboring creek while beautifying this popular walking trail. The corridor’s native plants and flowers will serve as a gallery for locals who use the trail and also beautify both sides of the creek, so we hope you can join us and help Grow Cotati’s Wildlife Garden Corridor! 

Whether this is your first time getting involved with Daily Acts or you are an ongoing supporter, we invite you to get your hands dirty and show us your Cotati pride! Involvement with this project can even count towards the Community Resilience Challenge, where your daily actions help grow the sustainability movement across the country. 

Interested people should sign up at dailyacts.org or call (707)789-9664.