SAN RAMON: DRY CREEK WATERSHED

DESIGN GOAL: create a welcoming entry that expresses a California aesthetic and functions as a watershed.

  • remove non-native plants
  • map out dry creek and select beautiful boulders/pebbles
  • plant California Natives to suit shade & sun

“When my hands are in the dirt and I’m growing something on the outside, I’m growing on the inside, too.”
— Geneva

Tending the Earth, Mending the Spirit

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