The American River Parkway Native Plant Demonstration Garden is a joint partnership between the American River Parkway Foundation, Carmichael Water District and Sacramento Suburban Water District focused on educating the public about plant species native to the grater Sacramento region and the conservation benefits of utilizing native plants. The garden planted in 2007 sits on half an acre of land adjacent to the Strain Volunteer Center (5700 Arden Way, Carmichael, CA) in the William B. Pond Recreation Area, and consists entirely of plants native to the American River Parkway.

For more information and to view an interactive map of the garden please follow this link to the American River Parkway Foundations website.

http://www.arpf.org/garden.shtml

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