Community Projects

Heritage Salvage cherishes, creates and cultivates Community. See our listing of Community projects supporting Sustainable Living.

Daily Acts Because every choice matters. 707-789-9664 PO Box 293 Petaluma, California 94953 Daily Acts is a solution-based organization that educates and promotes sustainable actions that help us all live more harmoniously and sustainably. Heritage Salvage supports Daily Acts in donations and offering reclaimed wood for projects.

Rivertown Revival Heritage Salvage supports Rivertown Revival through participation and through donations.

Petaluma People Services – this amazing organization has been the backbone of Petaluma for a long time – Director Elece Hempel

COTS Committee on the Shelterless 900 Hopper St Petaluma, CA 94952-3388 (707) 765-6530 Heritage Salvage supports COTS programs through donations, education and work programs.

Petaluma Bounty 707.775.3663 Formed in summer 2006, Petaluma Bounty is working to create a sustainable food system in Petaluma with healthy fresh food for everyone! Petaluma Bounty provides community with Community Gardens, Bounty Hunters program, The Bounty Farm and the Bounty Box Food Club. Heritage Salvage regularly donates time and reclaimed wood for planter and garden boxes, green houses, and custom furniture for fundraisers and anything else we can do to help this fabulous Bounty of good happenings. is an international campaign dedicated to building a movement to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis. mission is to inspire the world to rise to the challenge of the climate crisis—to create a new sense of urgency and of possibility for our planet. Our focus is on the number 350–as in parts per million, the level scientists have identified as the safe upper limit for CO2 in our atmosphere. But 350 is more than a number–it’s a symbol of where we need to head as a planet. In 2009, Heritage Salvage participated in the greening of Petaluma City Hall on day. HS provided recycled wood and building materials for the community garden beds that volunteers helped install and plant.

Petaluma Museum Association 20 Fourth Street Petaluma, CA 94952 707.778.4398 or 707.762.3923 Susan Villa, President Heritage Salvage has volunteered many hours to Petaluma Museum in consulting, presentations to public, and custom building pieces for the 100 year-old Carnegie Library building, helping to preserve Petaluma’s bountiful history.

Local Schools Heritage Salvage participates in community involvement with following local schools: McNear Elementary School – Petaluma Cherry Ridge Elementary School – Petaluma (link to solar video) Valley Vista School – Petaluma Kennilworth Junior High,

Salmon Creek Spirit Of Windfall Project HS helped conserve the remains of a 370 year old 165 foot tall 9 foot diameter redwood. HS helped mill the tree into 1x12s and slabs, the kids joined in and were taught to stack, sticker, and air dry the wood. 85% of the GROSS proceeds from the sale of the wood went to supporting Salmon Creek’s environmental education programs.

Tolay Park, Sonoma County Park Heritage Salvage provided raised garden beds for Tolay Park’s teaching garden!

Parades Petaluma Butter and Eggs Day Parade Heritage Salvage designs and delights in floating through in the annual Petaluma Butter and Eggs Day Parade. HS wins Judges Award in 2007!

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