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WRD in partnership with Rancho Los Cerritos bring you the first of three Eco Gardener Workshops coming up at RLC on June 1.

Please Note: Event hosted by Water Replenishment District (WRD) in partnership with Rancho Los Cerritos. Edible Gardening Turn part of your ordinary landscape into a lush edible garden. Use your water in a way that will benefit you and your family while creating a sustainable environment that you can be proud of. This workshop shares[…]

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In this workshop, Rancho Los Cerritos Horticulturist Marie Barnidge-McIntyre will lead a presentation on the meanings of various flowers and herbs, and then participants can arrange their own small bouquet, called a tussie-mussie, to bring home. 

Cedar Waxwing

Stroll through the grounds of the historic rancho and watch both resident birds and seasonal migrants.

Enjoy an evening out and get in touch with your artistic side at Paint Night, where artist Ron Libbrecht will guide you as you create a unique watercolor painting inspired by RLC’s gardens.

Cedar Waxwing

Stroll through the grounds of the historic rancho and watch both resident birds and seasonal migrants.

Cedar Waxwing

Stroll through the grounds of the historic rancho and watch both resident birds and seasonal migrants.

Cedar Waxwing

Stroll through the grounds of the historic rancho and watch both resident birds and seasonal migrants. Participants will also listen to the calls and songs, and potentially observe nesting as the seasons progress. Meet in the lower parking lot at 8 a.m. sharp. Wear comfortable closed toed shoes and bring a hat and binoculars, if[…]

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Rancho Los Cerritos’ February Bird Walk is this Thursday, February 14th, from 8-9:30 a.m. (weather-permitting). Mating season is coming, and we already see pairs of birds spending time together. Bird walkers also might see migrant birds steal our fruit, fortifying themselves for their northward trek. Another bird visitors might see is the California Scrub Jay.[…]

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Cedar Waxwing

Stroll through the grounds of the historic rancho and watch both resident birds and seasonal migrants. Participants will also listen to the calls and songs, and potentially observe nesting as the seasons progress. Meet in the lower parking lot at 8 a.m. sharp. Wear comfortable closed toed shoes and bring a hat and binoculars, if[…]

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