Jan 12, 2020
In partnership with The Center for Social and Environmental Stewardship, a non-profit organization based in Santa Rosa/Windsor, Timber Cove Resort removed 26,000 sq. ft. of non-native, invasive iceplant and replanted with native shrubs and seeds. This area was on the property's cove section of the hotel landscape. The Center for Social and Environmental Stewardship not only provided the biological expertise for this project, but also promotes educational opportunities and works withdisadvantaged youth on the project.
The team stayed at Timber Cove Resort during the planting, which for many, is a first. This project is a great example of a positive partnership benefitting all parties - business, youth, and the environment.
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