Sonoma Garden Park

Sonoma Garden Park lays on six acres of land that were donated to the City of Sonoma to be a park by Pauline Bond--a schoolteacher and gardener. The Park is a project of the Sonoma Ecology Center. The mission of the Park is to demonstrate ecologically sound practices, to create a beautiful park, and to inspire the spirit of community. The core of all programs is education. The site and programs are volunteer-supported and we also host internships. To support programs and projects, an on-site market is held every Saturday in our straw-bale barn. Farm tours are also held on Saturdays or by appointment. All food is grown with volunteer support, using organic techniques. We grow many "heriloom" varieties of fruits and vegetables, and we also sell flowers. Our harvest is also shared with charitable organizations. We also have an annual harvest festival in October as well as many events throughout the year including: classes, workshops, outdoor movies, bonfires, and more. Site features include: Native plant nursery, community gardens, fig forest, cob oven, demonstration gardens, and more.


Listing last updated on Jul 22, 2004

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Schedule and Location:

Sonoma, California
7th Street East between Denmark and MacArthur
(about 1.5 miles south-east from the Plaza)

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