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Native Habitat Garden
Corte Madera Town Park

Our first ever native habitat garden has come a long way since its beginnings in 2021, from invasive plants to a bustling habitat with pollinators and wildlife.

And, now, there's even more beauty...

Before the garden's transformation.
 
European grasses and fennel took over the site at Corte Madera Town Park's Native Habitat.

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After planting.

California native plants have transformed the area into a pollinator paradise, teeming with biodiversity and vibrant wildlife.

Have you visited recently? 

A whole new section has been added with native plants to attract even more pollinators and wildlife to this growing haven.

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Sustainable additions.

 

In the interest of reusing natural elements, the bark used was salvaged from a redwood tree downed in Corte Madera during a 2024 storm.

And a place to perch.

 

You'll also find new seating waiting for you. The wooden bench and reclaimed redwood tree log are perfect places to perch, while soaking up this new habitat.

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Come visit!

Watch the birds, bees and butterflies while enjoying the view of Mount Tamalpais!
Refugia Marin's Native Habitat Garden is in Town Park, Corte Madera.
Enter from the Pixley Avenue parking lot, and find us behind the pond.

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Thank you, to all our donors who helped make this happen.

 

Much gratitude also extends to the team at California Native Landscapes for their meticulous preparation of the landscape, remarkable transformational work, and keen ability to uncover the beautiful old-growth redwood tree log. A true natural treasure!

Photos of the Original Garden Installation

Photos of the Garden Transformation

Photos of our Latest Developments

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