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Engage with Community, Get Outside



Come join Conservation Works as we celebrate our successes together, connect with nature, and take direct action for conservation and resource protection in the beautiful place we call home.  We'll make it easy for you to get outside and take direct action to help local wildlife, save water, address climate change and so much more!  

Introducing Native Grasses- Ecology, Fire, and Climate Resilience in the Willits Watershed - Lend a hand for a better Climate Future!


Saturday, August 28, 2021 9:00- 1:00
FREE: Pre-registration required

Come join Conservation Works workshop on August 28, 2021 for an Introduction to Native Grasses in the Willits Watershed.

  • Learn about grasslands ecosystems, fire ecology, and the relationship of native grasses and climate change
  • Walk with a conservationist to view native grasses and see a post-fire habitat in recovery
  • Make “seed bombs” aiding native grasses propagation

All ages welcome. We will be walking uphill on a partially shaded fire road. Please wear comfortable shoes with a tread, sun-protective hat and clothing. Bring your own snack and a water bottle.

Please Note: All in-person events follow current public health orders and guidelines for group activities to keep everyone safe during COVID-19. Masks and social distancing will be required for all participants. 

Please contact Oona Heacock (707)978-4149 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.