Mt. Tam

Saturday, September 15, 2018, 9am: Habitat Restoration: Broom Mop-Up – Hosted by California State Parks and One Tam

Saturday, September 15

9 AM – 12 PM

Join One Tam in our effort to control invasive French broom and maintain habitat for native plants and animals along the Old Mine Trail! We will walk approximately half a mile to hand pull young plants as part of a long term follow-up effort in the area. Please bring footwear appropriate for variable terrain, long pants/clothing for changing weather conditions, sun protection, and a water bottle. All tools, snacks and water will be provided. This event is suitable for ages 12 and up; volunteers younger than must 18 be accompanied by an adult. If this is your first time volunteering, please come 10 minutes early to fill out required paperwork. 

Meeting Location: Picnic tables in lower Pantoll parking lot at 3801 Panoramic Highway. One Tam staff will provide parking passes.

No registration required, but RSVPs are appreciated!

Contact info: Erin Lacour, elacour@parksconservancy.org, (707) 722-0535

map link: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Pantoll+Campground/@37.9032235,-122.6065032,17z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x808591a06a1c71f1:0x413d9f55ac13ff27!8m2!3d37.9037307!4d-122.6037566

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Event Type: Educational and Interpretive