Check confirmation email for pdf attachment with project details, directions to meeting location, and instructions for what to do in the event of rain. If there is no pdf attachment, project details will be provided at least a week before the event.
Join us in the Rancho de Guadalupe area of Sierra Azul to remove teasel and improve native habitat around Cherry Springs Pond. We will be working in a closed area of Sierra Azul, please arrive on time; volunteers will not be able to join the project once the gate is closed.
This project is suitable for first time volunteers.
Registration opens on May 1, 2019.
This project is part of California Invasive Species Action Week.
Registration is unavaialbe because:
- insufficient spaces remaining
- Registration is closed