Saturday, February 17, 2018, 9 am-Noon: Mt. Tam Habitat Restoration: Landscape in Transition - Hosted by MMWD
Mt. Tam Habitat Restoration: Landscape in Transition - Hosted by MMWD
Fire suppression, Sudden Oak Death, and other large-scale changes threaten the Watershed’s oak woodlands and grasslands, and the plants and animals that depend on them to survive. Much work is underway on Bon Tempe’s lakeshore to restore this landscape. Help us improve this habitat by removing invasive French broom. Meet at the Lake Lagunitas Parking Lot.
Family friendly. Minors under the age of 16 must have a guardian present. Those ages 16-18 must have permission from a guardian.
New volunteers please arrive 15 minutes early for sign-in and orientation. To pre-register or for more information about the above, call 415-945-1128 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our volunteer page.
For maps to volunteer events and hikes, go to: http://www.marinwater.org/194/Events-Map
About the MMWD Habitat Restoration Program
Throughout the year, the MMWD has opportunities to learn about Mt. Tam’s unique plant and animal life while contributing to their continued survival. Events generally take place on the third Saturday of each month. Individuals, groups, non-profit organizations, and families are all invited and encouraged to attend. This program focuses on invasive species control with a special emphasis on French broom and Douglas fir. Sites are chosen to be scenic and accessible. Meeting locations vary; please visit the MMWD website for up-to-date information and see the online map for all restoration event locations.
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