Week Day Habitat Restoration – Wed. Nov. 18th
Next Habitat Restoration: Wednesday, November 18th from 10AM to Noon
Be prepared for cutting and bundling thorny blackberry runners to use as barriers. And, as always, we’ll be pulling invasive weeds.
Read our COVID-19 Regulations
Please follow the following rules to keep everyone and our Habitat Restoration site captains, safe and healthy:
- Wear your mask and respect social distancing
- BYO tools: bring your own reusable gardening gloves, pruning shears, hand trowel and shovel
- We will keep the numbers of volunteers very limited so please sign up in advance and we will send you a confirmation email
We’ll be walking about 1/2 mile or more uphill on uneven ground. Sturdy shoes highly recommended! Because we are never sure of the weather, make sure to bring extra layers, a hat, sunblock, water and snacks.
LIMITED TO 12 VOLUNTEERS
If weather is uncertain for the scheduled activity, please contact site captain to check if event is still on or if it is cancelled due to rain.
About the Restoration:
Site Captain: Freidel Cohen
Where to Meet: Meet at surfers’ parking lot at base of Rockaway Switchbacks, 10 a.m. start time.
Supplies: BYO mask and tools. reusable gardening gloves, uning shears, and shovel, rake or hoe.
Focus Area: Volunteers will collect beach strawberry starts, cut invasive fennel seed heads, and pull invasive weeds.
More questions? Read our Native Habitat Restoration FAQs.
Would You Like to Join Us? To make sure we bring the right amount of supplies, to be more efficient and conserve paper, please complete our online form. It will only take you a few seconds. Sign up here!