Wildcat Garden, the school garden at East Bay Waldorf School, has been added to the tour.  Parent volunteers will show you around and tell you how the garden is used by the students.

The school is high in the El Sobrante hills, adjacent to Wildcat Canyon Park.  If you need a little wildlife break, take a jaunt up into the park for fabulous views and an encounter with nature (or cows).  I once saw a number of coyotes in daylight in the park near there.

Another garden, not quite officially its own site, will be available to visit in Martinez.  It is the Center Avenue Community Garden, and is the latest project of the Martinez Permaculture Center.

One of your fabulous hosts at the MPC, David and Teresa, will walk you down the street to visit the community garden if you have time.

Looking forward to it!


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