Saturday, August 12, 2017, 9 am-Noon: Habitat Restoration: Broom Mop-Up - Hosted by California State Parks
Habitat Restoration: Broom Mop-Up - Hosted by California State Parks
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 and 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 15 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: Rosa Schneider, firstname.lastname@example.org, 415-484-3164.