Join Community Nature Connection and the National Park Service to restore habitat by planting native plants adjacent to a frequently-used public trail.
Our restoration is focused on ash-oak woodland, coastal sage scrub, and wetland communities which have been diminished through the years from urban development and human-related disturbances. These native communities are critical for supporting wildlife and plants that future generations can enjoy as the restoration matures over time.
In the future, birdwatchers will be able to see a greater diversity of bird species, especially in the enhanced woodland area. Some of the species you will plant include sages, buckwheat, oak trees, ash trees, and mulefat shrubs. Our goal is to plant at least 200 plants!
Meeting location: Main lower parking lot
Time: 10am – 2pm, including a lunch break.
Spots are limited, so please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Directions from 101 Freeway: Take Kanan Rd exit and take a left onto Kanan Rd. In 3.1 miles, turn left onto Troutdale (at the bottom of the steep grade). Turn left onto Mulholland Highway. Main parking lot will be on your right.
What to bring: sun protection, re-useable water bottles, sturdy work shoes, and sack lunch. Gloves and tools will be provided. Be prepared to get dirty and dusty!