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Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015
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- 2015 Tour flier
|“The Tour was really well organized. The booklet was awesome! Lots of information that helps in decision-making. Thank you!”||“Everything was superbly well-organized and it really showed on the day. Thanks for an incredible job! It’s not lost on me or others that this project touched thousands on this topic. Congratulations!”||“It was fun to be a part of this! People were very positive and enthusiastic. The tour brochure is very beautiful with good garden descriptions. This was a valuable experience.”|
Volunteers Sought for the 2014 Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour
The Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour is seeking volunteers who will spend a morning or afternoon greeting tour participants and answering questions at this native plant garden tour. Thirty-five gardens located throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties will be showcased on this tour, which will take place on Sunday, May 4, 2014. Benefits to volunteers include invitations to Garden Soirees, in which tour gardens are open for leisurely, private viewing by hosts and volunteers; a pre-tour meeting with the owner and private tour of the garden you will be staffing; a guaranteed tour reservation for the half day you are free; a Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour t-shirt; and, perhaps best of all, heartfelt thanks for helping to educate the general public about the many pleasures and benefits of gardening with California native plants. Gardens will be assigned on a first-come basis. To volunteer, please complete the main Tour registration form when registration opens in January, 2014. For more information, please e-mail Kathy Kramer at Kathy AT KathyKramerConsulting.net, or call 510-236-9558 between 9am and 9pm.
The Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour is a project of Kathy Kramer Consulting. Web design and computer support by Michael May and Dilyara Breyer. Garden guide layout by Monica Alatorre 510-932-1702. Graphics by Valerie Kells from the Natural History of Big Sur.