When is a rock like a snake?

Photo of UC Davis Geology Rock Garden exhibit signage.

One of the exhibit signs now located in the California Rock Garden–a Geology GATEway Garden. This garden, located around the UC Davis Earth and Planetary Sciences building, offers students and visitors a chance to learn about geology from all over the state without leaving campus.

Mike Lemaire with geology garden signs

Find out the answer to this question and many more when visiting the California Rock Garden–a Geology GATEway Garden.

Exhibit signage and labels for all of the incredible rock specimens that were once located throughout the state of California and now reside around the UC Davis Earth and Planetary Sciences building, make visiting this GATEway garden even more enjoyable.

A team from Grounds and Landscape Services, including Mike Lemaire (seen left) installed the exhibit signs and labels throughout the garden. Mike used discarded plastic plant containers filled with cement to stabilize the label posts in the ground. What a great reuse idea for those pots!

LEARN MORE about this garden. (Click this link then scroll down to see previous posts.)

DOWNLOAD a walking tour created by the UC Davis Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences.

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