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Gardens Open for Adoption

Making a Difference

Tule River Parkway Association is achieving more with our initiatives than ever before, and we are very proud of the progress we continue to make. Below are some of our most recent projects. Learn more about what we do, who we help, and how we work every day to create a lasting impact.

If you're interested in either adopting or co-adopting (which is great for beginners) please contact Cathy Capone at 559-376-9164!


Oak Restoration #23

This garden needs an adopter.

#2 Scent Garden

This garden needs a co-adopter.

#4 Plumlee Family Garden

This garden needs a co-adopter.

Garden Adoption: Projects

#5 Big Bend Garden

This garden needs a co-adopter.

#22 Oak Restoration

This garden needs a co-adopter.

Garden Adoption: Projects

Duties of a Adopter v. Co-Adopter


As the sole adopter of our public native plant park, you embrace the responsibility of nurturing, maintaining, and enhancing the space. Your dedication ensures the flourishing of native plants and contributes to the Tule River Parkways's overall beauty. Through your individual commitment, you embody the spirit of stewardship, playing a vital role in sustaining a vibrant natural environment for the community to appreciate and enjoy.


Co-adopters collaborate to cultivate, maintain, and enhance the garden, embodying a collective commitment to Tule River Parkway. This collaborative effort aligns with our non-profit's mission, fostering a sense of shared stewardship and community engagement in nurturing and beautifying your garden for all to enjoy.

Garden Adoption: Get Involved
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