Getting outside in nature is a critical part of child development and learning. Our Gator Garden committee is busy planning ways to renew, improve, and expand access to garden activities for all Alta Heights students. See links below to learn more!
Gator Garden Proposal
Click image for PDF slides of UPDATED proposal for the 2022/23 school year. We have a big wish list for our garden and are asking for a $15,000 garden fund to be established to support development. If you are interested in helping with planning and/or developing our garden program, please contact garden chairperson, Adrienne Boudreaux via firstname.lastname@example.org.
See pictures below to see how far we've come!
California Natives Overview
Thanks to the generosity of the California Native Plant Society Napa Valley Chapter, we have the expertise and plants needed to establish our own native garden at Alta Heights. Learn more about California natives and our initial plan overview here. (English, Spanish)
Grant, Sponsorship, and Donation Opportunities
Love gardens but not gardening? You can still help support our Gator Garden! Become a garden sponsor and "Adopt a Planter". Your generous donation of $300 will cover the cost of establishing a planter box, and we will put a personalized plaque on it with your family or business name. Please use this link to donate. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Kid-sized gardening gloves
Watering cans, small trowels and hand cultivators
Live plants or seeds (fall and spring)
Materials donations (seasonal and may include compost, mulch, etc.)
Larger pots to help beautify campus
Whether you're an expert gardener, have access to helpful resources, or simply enjoy playing in the dirt, we can use your help! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, if you'd like to be a part of the team or have any questions!
Committee Chair: Adrienne Boudreaux
Thank you to all our fabulous parent and student helpers who have already done so much! Stay tuned for more volunteer opportunities.
Donors and Sponsors:
Napa County Chapter - CNPS
Community Partners and Volunteers:
Van Winden's Landscaping
Ted Ward, Brie Cadman, Alta Sutherland, Cecilia Sanchez Martinez, Catherine Werle, Alma Flores, Fernando Cortez and their families.