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Grow and Learn! Schoolyard Habitat Projects

  • Riley Creek Elementary School 94350 6th Street Gold Beach, OR, 97444 United States (map)

Cost: $10

Image courtesy Scott Thiemann

Image courtesy Scott Thiemann

This school garden creates a true learning environment. With Riley Creek Elementary’s School Garden Coordinator and an educator from Curry Watersheds Partnership, enjoy a garden tour, learn about the school's habitat-restoration efforts, and taste fresh garden produce grown by little hands. Streamside restoration and a native pollinator garden called the Monarch Waystation are both part of this Schoolyard Habitat project. Come get some inspiration for your own schoolyard! 

Experience Notes

  • Our event will take place outdoors rain or shine, so dress for the weather.


Meet Your Southern Oregon Coast Hosts
Ali Mramor is the school garden coordinator at Riley Creek School Gardens, with a background in environmental studies and sustainable agriculture. Statia Ryder has been the outdoor and environmental educator for Curry Watersheds Partnership since 2005. 



Earlier Event: October 25
Fat Tire Biking on the Beach: 3pm
Later Event: October 25
Fat Tire Biking on the Beach: 5pm