Historic Bonsall Schoolhouse
This summer has brought exciting changes to the Bonsall Schoolhouse site! You will see DG pathways, two bio-swales to capture rain and run off, beautifully placed boulders for seating, three new Live Oak trees, mulched areas for future planting and a picture perfect fence that completes the entire look.
It all began when Weston Barnes from WestPro Landscape introduced us to Scott Hamilton of Hamilton Design Group. Scott created a beautiful landscape plan that had special outdoor learning spaces for students. West then showed the plan to KRC Rock, J&W Lumber and Fencing Specialties Inc. to see if they would partner with us. Imagine our delight when they all decided to make substantial donations to honor our historic past.
KRC Rock donated 35 yards of solidified DG for our pathways, all the gravel and rubble for our bioswales and gave us a discount on the beautiful boulders placed throughout the site.
J&W Lumber donated all the posts, rails and the hardware for our gates.
Fencing Specialties Inc. donated much of the black vinyl chain link fencing.
Thank you to Scott Hamilton from Hamilton Design Group who gave us a generous discount on his beautiful landscape plan.
Special thanks to Weston Barnes from WestPro Landscape for taking Scott’s plan and making it into a beautiful reality. He thought about every aspect with an eye for purpose, beauty and easy maintenance. And by contacting local North county vendors, he was able to make great things happen for our community. We are so grateful!
And last but not least, none of these restoration efforts would be possible without the Bonsall Woman’s Club. BWC is the schoolhouse’s biggest champion and we thank them for their support!
With completion of these outdoor efforts, the Bonsall Schoolhouse, established in 1895, is now a true landmark!
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Check out some schoolhouse pictures below!