• Send a Letter of Support to our local County Supervisors!

    Let the county know how valuable to Park is to our community by contacting your representatives at the County Board of Supervisors.

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  • Environmental Impact Report for the park

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    Learn more about our local bird and wildlife population

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  • Community Food Sustainability

    Learn more about our commitment to community supported agriculture

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  • Planting Days 2016

    The greenhouse is bursting with beautiful strong healthy plants!

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Planting Days at the Park 2016

Planting Days

at the Park 2016

Planting Days at the Park 2016The greenhouse is bursting with beautiful strong healthy plants!
Come join us for our monthly planting days at the Community Park. These vibrant greens will soon turn into ripe garden veggies that support our Park to Plate Program for low-income families and community kitchens, and will help make our community more food secure and sustainable. If you love seeing fresh organic local veggies at our farmers markets, on our plates, and in the hands of others, please support the SoHum Farm by getting down and dirty with sowing, transplanting and harvesting at the park during the season. For monthly updates, check our facebook page or call (707) 923-2928. We hope to see you there!

American Kestrel (Falco sparverius)


3rd Saturday

8:30am – Summer
9:30am – Winter


Birdwalks at the Community Park are offered by the Park and the Redwood Region Audubon Society the third Saturday morning of each month, weather permitting. The birdwalks start at 8:30AM in the summer and 9:30AM in the winter. No dogs please.

A printed checklist is available of the 153 bird species that have been identified at the park. Species sighted at the park include: American Kestrel, Bald Eagle, Cooper’s Hawk, White-throated Swift, Grasshopper Sparrow, Lazuli Bunting, Merlin, Northern Harrier, Western Bluebird, Belted Kingfisher, Western Meadowlark, Wood Duck, and White-tailed Kite, among many others.

For current birdwalk dates and times, or for additional information about birdwalks and birdlife at the Community Park, visit the Redwood Region Audubon Society calendar at www.rras.org.