Trail Work Ahead!
Gardens awarded a California Coastal
Conservancy Grant for ADA Access
Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens has received a $35,500 planning grant from the California Coastal Conservancy. The grant award is for architectural design and engineering to upgrade three sections of the North and South Trails for ADA accessibility.
“We are so fortunate to have almost ½ mile of coastal bluff access and want to be able to inclusively share the trails with people of all abilities,” said Ry Southard, MCBG Executive Director. “We have 5 electric scooters that are provided at no cost to our visitors who have special needs. ADA trail improvements along the North Trail at Digger Creek, will open up access to exceptional view corridors, both up the creek and down to where it meets the ocean. We thank the Coastal Conservancy for their long standing support of the Gardens.” The Coastal Conservancy funded the original property purchases, with the first 12 acres in 1981 and the final 35 acres in 1991.
And the Member Survey Says...
Our first member email survey was a smashing success with over a 41% response rate!
Shopping Spree at the Garden Store
Get an early jump on the holiday season with a special sale at the Garden Store!
Upcoming Classes and Events at the Gardens...
Join us on a mushroom identification walk!
Planting Containers Needed!
In the holiday giving spirit already? Our propagation facilities are in need of 4", 1 gallon, 2 gallon and 3 gallon black plastic pots in good condition. No 5 gallons needed at this time. Thanks!
See you at Gardens!