For Immediate Release
Sheep Graze the Laguna Trail
Regional Parks uses livestock to control fire fuels and invasive weeds
Santa Rosa,CA | July 16, 2018
Regional Parks partnered with the city of Santa Rosa, the city of Sebastopol, the Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation and the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District, Sonoma County Water Agency, and Sonoma County Regional Parks Foundation, to bring grazing to the popular trail that connects Highway 12 to Occidental Road, just east of Sebastopol. The sheep will be in the area through late August, 2018 and the project is supported by the Sonoma Regional Parks Foundation and the Sonoma County Water Agency.
- The Regional Parks system includes 56 parks, beaches, and trails throughout Sonoma County. Regional Parks’ mission is to create healthy communities and contribute to the county’s economic vitality by acquiring, developing, managing, maintaining parks. Regional Parks preserves natural and cultural resources and offers opportunities for recreation and education that enhance the quality of life and well-being of residents and visitors.
- For more information, email Natural Resources Manager Hattie Brown at email@example.com.
Communications Manager Regional Parks