|Watershed Nursery Welcome to Richmond
December 17, 2008
The Watershed Nursery has recently moved to Richmond. This unique business, which leases land from the City of Richmond adjacent to the Wastewater Treatment Plant specializes in
habitat restoration and enhancement projects and is committed to providing dependable service and quality site-specific gene-stock. The measure of its success extends beyond the high quality plant material that leaves the nursery, to the establishment of a diverse, healthy, functioning, ecosystem.
The first day open to the public was December 5th from 10am - 5pm.
For directions or other information, please visit the website at www.thewatershednursery.com
The Watershed Nursery
601-A Canal Blvd.Richmond, CA 94804
ph (510) 234-2222, fax (510) 234-2242.
DROP-IN Hours Fridays 10 am-5 pm
Visit during drop-in hours to browse selections and ask the friendly, knowledgeable staff to help you in your species selection.
The nursery is open by appointment at other times including evenings and weekends. Call or email and they work with you to find a time that fits your schedule.
The Watershed Nursery assists you in choosing the appropriate species
for the habitat of your project whether it be a home garden or
The Watershed Nursery provides both printed planting designs and field
flag placement for wildland restoration projects. For home gardeners
please visit our resources link to find local landscapers who use native
Project monitoring: The Watershed Nursery staff has over 18 years combined experience in vegetation and habitat monitoring in the Bay Area. We have performed monitoring to assess changes in percent cover, density and abundance, gathered field data for vegetation mapping, and surveyed populations of endangered species. We custom design and perform monitoring to assess compliance with project performance criteria for your project
Workshops/Presentations: The Watershed Nursery offers workshops and presentations on propagation, value of using natives, creation of community-based nurseries, and other topics applicable to habitat restoration efforts.