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Meet designer Carolina Masoli

Hello, I’m Carolina Masoli, Ecologist/Landscape Architect from Chile. I have been part of the design team of CNGF since 2013 and have participated in the design of several school native gardens that the foundation has awarded.  Currently I’m working on our latest two schools rewarded: Kellogg Elementary School in Santa Barbara and Holy Family School […]

A watershed moment–and workshop

Please distribute this flyer to anyone interested in attending The Watershed Approach to Landscaping.  CNGF is proud to be a co-sponsor of this event on Dec. 10 at San Jose Conservation Corp, 1500Berger Drive, San Jose, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Morning session: Watershed Basics Luncheon: California natives creatively used in free lunch provisions. […]

Good news about good neighbors, local lumber company makes donation

Nate Pease, leader of the parent volunteers who are building an ELSEE model garden at Discovery Charter School met with Travis Osterback and Eric Gorski from Good News Wood Salvation, a redwood fencing recycling business that has stepped up and donated the fruit trees for the garden. They are also donating their wood for the […]

What’s new at ELSEE in November? We are thankful for volunteers

We are in a propagating frenzy these days and could use some eager volunteers. We are already working on the regenerative farm model for the Agrihood in our gardens at the ELSEE lab and at Hester School! Your help now can contribute to more innovation in regenerative farming practices. We hope this eco-friendly model will […]