Location: LAT/LONG: 38.044011, -122.747990
Turtle Island Restoration Network headquarters
Type of Event
Join Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) staff on Fridays for their free, Native Plant Nursery Volunteer Days at Turtle Island Restoration Network's main office site in Olema, CA (9255 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.). SPAWN welcomes all volunteers who can help them in the nursery, anytime between 10 am and 2 pm.
Get hands-on experience dividing and propagating plants, learning proper potting techniques, and/or helping with seasonal nursery maintenance. We will also do seasonal work to get all the plants ready for various habitat restoration projects within the Lagunitas Creek Watershed, the most important habitat for the recovery of endangered coho salmon on the central California coast.
Please RSVP to Audrey Fusco by email the first time you plan to come to a volunteer event. We’ll provide gloves and tools. Please bring a lunch, a water bottle, and a hat, and dress for the sun. Masks are not required if you are fully vaccinated.
Reservation or Registration: Yes
Contact InformationAudrey Fusco