[Fosc] Fosc Digest, Vol 149, Issue 8

MarySue Fisher via Fosc fosc at lists.sausalcreek.org
Thu May 11 21:05:23 PDT 2017


When do you think you’ll be there?  I have something planned for the middle of the day Friday, but could help out in the later afternoon.
marysue

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>   1. Anyone available to help mulch the Dimond Park native plant
>      garden tomorrow or Saturday? (Jill Miller via Fosc)
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> From: Jill Miller via Fosc <fosc at lists.sausalcreek.org>
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> Subject: [Fosc] Anyone available to help mulch the Dimond Park native
> 	plant garden tomorrow or Saturday?
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> Hello FOSCers,
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> We have* a lot *of wood chips left over from our Earth Day restoration
> projects at Dimond Park. I was hoping that the wood chip fairy would just
> magically carry them away. No luck. Now I have to get them moved ASAP
> because they are preventing the dumpster from being replaced after being
> emptied this week. The good news is that the chips don't need to be moved
> very far - just from the recreation center driveway entrance on Hanly Rd.
> into the native plant garden - and the distance is downhill. Yay for the
> silver lining!
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> I moved some chips today with the help of some Dimond Rec center staff and
> kids (they were great - who knew?!) and am hoping that some *FOSCers may
> have an hour to spare either tomorrow afternoon between noon- 5 or Saturday
> morning between 9-noon. *Please let me know if you can help and we can
> arrange for a more specific time to meet and get busy moving wood chips.
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> The bonus prize is that you can sit under the massive, blooming California
> buckeye tree between the creek and Lions Pool when you are done. That is
> what we offer here at Friends of Sausal Creek: the mundane *and *the
> sublime.
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> Thanks so much for considering this request!
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> Jill
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> *Jill Flaningam Miller*
> *Restoration and Education Manager*
> *Friends of Sausal Creek*
> email: field at sausalcreek.org
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> California buckeye (*Aesculus californica*) flower. Photo by Nick Turland
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