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- 02/03/2018 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Join the Watershed Stewards Program and Point Reyes National Seashore to help restore native habitat along Cheda Creek. Volunteers will be planting native Coast Live Oak, California Buckeye, native willows, and so much more.
Please RSVP to Priscilla Sisommout at 415-464-5206 or by email so that she can plan accordingly. Tools and safety gear will be provided. This is a rain or shine event, so please dress accordingly.
Please bring a reusable water bottle, wear closed toed shoes, and dress appropriately for outdoor work. Volunteers of all ages are welcome.
Meet at the Bear Valley Picnic Area at 9 am. We will then carpool as a group to the project site.
Directions to the Bear Valley Visitor Center. The picnic area is across the access road from the Bear Valley Visitor Center. Please park in the dirt/gravel lot on the east/left side of the access road.
The mission of the Watershed Stewards Program (WSP) is to conserve restore and enhance anadromous Watersheds for future generations by linking education with high quality scientific practices. A program of the California Conservation Corps, the WSP is one of the most productive programs for employment in the natural resources field. The WSP is administered by California volunteers and sponsored by the corporation for national and community service.