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News from Ross Valley Fire Department, serving Fairfax, San Anselmo, Ross, and Sleepy Hollow in Marin county, CA.
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Demonstration Garden - Volunteer Work Days

Demonstration Garden - Volunteer Work Days

The UC Marin Master Gardeners and the Ross Valley Fire Department are creating a Community Demonstration Garden that will demonstrate the use of drought tolerant California Native plants to create a fire resistant habitat. The garden is replacing the front lawn area at RVFD Station 20 on Butterfield Road.

We have scheduled a series of volunteer work days to give members of the community an opportunity to get involved in this project. Come on by to lend a hand, meet the Marin Master Gardener volunteers, and learn about gardening and creating habitat with California native drought tolerant and fire resistive plants. The month of March we will continue with soil and irrigation preparation. In April we will begin to plant shrubs, small trees, and perennials as the weather allows and as they become available. We will hopefully will be finishing up the planting in May.

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Get involved and learn on the following volunteer work days:

MARCH

March 12 CANCELLED DUE TO RAIN! Our next day will be Wednesday March 16, 10am-2pm

Saturday: March 12 

Wednesdays: March 16 and 30

APRIL

Saturday and Sunday: April 9 and 10

Wednesday: April 6 and 13

Saturday: April 30

MAY

Sunday: May 1

Wednesday: May 4

For more details please feel free to e-mail garden@rossvalleyfire.org

C.E.R.T Training for Ross Valley Residents
Creek Gauge Installed on Sleepy Hollow Creek

Our Mission

To protect the lives, property and environment of Ross, San Anselmo, Sleepy Hollow and Fairfax through education, prevention and community service in a professional and caring manner that is fair, honest, respectful and ethical.

Contact Us

Ross Valley Fire Department
777 San Anselmo Avenue
San Anselmo, CA 94960 USA
Tel: (415) 258-4686

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