- Cooper’s Hawks fledglings in the Laguna July 16, 2020
- Exploring the Historic Headwaters of the Laguna de Santa Rosa June 21, 2017
- Owl Rescue! June 10, 2017
- March 5: Discover the Historic Headwaters of the Laguna de Santa Rosa February 17, 2016
- Celebration of Fomasi birthday August 14, 2014
- Watershed map created by the Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation, a nonprofit that protects, restores, and opens parts of the Laguna to the public.
- Interactive map of the Russian River watershed.
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Cooper’s hawks nesting near the Laguna de Santa Rosa in Cotati/Rohnert Park raised 3-4 young this year.
Walk with Jenny Blaker, Michael Knappman, Keenan Foster, and Kate Symonds Sunday, October 1, 2017, 10:00am-2:00pm Meeting in Cotati (directions and details sent upon registration) $25. Pre-registration required. This walk is most suitable for adults (slow with lots of stops). … Continue reading
by Lindee Reese My dog Lucy and I were walking from our property on Eucalyptus Avenue to the Lydia Community Gardens Park at the end of Willow Avenue. As we walked near John Fomasi’s farm on Willow, Lucy, sniffing along … Continue reading
Walk with Jenny Blaker, Michael Knappman, Kate Symonds, and Judith Newton Saturday, March 5, 10:00am-2:00pm Meeting in Cotati (directions and details sent upon registration) $25. Pre-registration required (see below). http://www.lagunafoundation.org/laguna_walks_classes.shtml Explore the upper reach of the Laguna de Santa Rosa … Continue reading
by Gay Deady June, 2014 Farmer John Fomasi has property that borders Lydia Commons Park in Rohnert Park. From the Lydia Commons community garden a short trail leads to the road to the Fomasi house on the outskirts of Cotati. … Continue reading
by Jud Snyder, The Community Voice April 18, 2014 Slip-sliding along from unnamed pastures, farms and chicken houses to streets and upscale homes now in quiet collision with their predecessors, that chunk of maybe Cotati or maybe unincorporated county, lying … Continue reading
by Michael Knappman, The Community Voice October 5, 2012 Last Saturday, the Laguna Foundation and Cotati Creek Critters sponsored a public walk through Cotati and Rohnert Park to the historic headwaters of the Laguna de Santa Rosa. The Laguna is … Continue reading
by Jenny Blaker, The Community Voice September 1, 2011 When I came to Cotati in 1996, I was curious about the large ditch behind our house, and soon learned it was actually near the beginning of the Laguna: the largest … Continue reading
by Jane Nielson, The Community Voice May 5, 2011 Like all landscapes, the Laguna de Santa Rosa is the sum of many natural events. Long ago, deep-seated forces of sub-duction laid the foundation of coastal California. Tectonic forces shoved the … Continue reading