[fosc] Fwd: Many hands make light work
krhop at earthlink.net
Fri Feb 3 11:27:25 PST 2006
> Hi all,
> Here are the up-coming February volunteer events.
> We need help particularly in the Grassland Site and nursery areas. The
> up-coming (May 7th) Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour will bring
> folks from far and wide to the nursery and we would like to have it
> looking it's best. The garden tour will also be the time of our first
> ever plant sale. So if you've been meaning to come out and help out -
> now is the time. The work we do during the cold wet months will help
> us shimmer and shine in May. Also if you put in 20 volunteer hours
> between now and the May sale - you get a sneak preview and first dibs
> at the plants on the Saturday prior to the sale. Scroll down for the
> schedules of the three related programs.
> Restoration Program Saturday mornings the from 9 till noon
> February 4
> Grassland Site
> Remove invasive re-sprouts, tend plants that went in during our winter
> solstice planting party, and plant grassland areas that need
> attention. Meet at Joaquin Miller Native Plant Nursery.
> February 11
> Joaquin Miller Native Plant Nursery
> All day work party in the nursery!!! We've got lots of seedlings
> popping up in the green house and we need to get them transplanted as
> soon as possible. Join us for a morning propagation session. Bring a
> bag lunch and stay on till the afternoon, if you'd like..
> February 25
> Riparian Site
> Help finish up this year's new planting on the west side of the creek,
> adding cover and diversity to the creek banks at Dimond Canyon. Meet
> at the El Centro trailhead.
> Nursery Program Saturday afternoons from 1:30 till 4 pm
> Join me and the regular nursery volunteers for propagation sessions.
> If you've been wanting to learn more about plants in general and
> natives in specific, meet at the nursery at 1:30. We will work till 4
> or later as the weather gets warmer.
> February 4
> Transplant seedlings and rooted cuttings
> February 11
> Transplant seedlings and cuttings, host the Bringing Back the Natives
> Garden Soiree from 2 till 3 and then if volunteers are interested
> folks will be caravanning to see a nearby native garden in Butters
> February 28
> Transplant seedlings and cuttings, tend stock.
> Seed Collection Thursday mornings from 9:30 till 12:30
> Thursday 02/02/06 Joaquin Miller Park.
> Meet at the fire gate on Sanborn near the Visitor Center
> Thursday 02/09/06 Dimond Canyon
> Meet at the Bridgeview trail head off of Leimert
> For more info, directions to meeting places, questions, and
> suggestions contact
> Kristen Hopper
> Field at Sausalcreek.org
> Hope to see you out there
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> fosc at lists.sausalcreek.org
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