Habitat Restoration at Samuel P. Taylor St. Park, 8889 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, Marin County
Second Friday & Second Sunday of every month, 1–3 p.m.
We weed invasive, non-native plants to encourage the resurgence of the native plants which support the insects that feed the fish and birds. Come on out and join us – you’ll feel much better about everything after two hours in the redwoods. We are excited to be providing a more pristine native environment for the endangered Coho salmon and all the birds and animals, as well as human visitors at this beautiful state park. Join us for easy, companionable work, restoring the habitat and our spirits. We meet just before 1 p.m. at the far end of the picnic area. Bring gloves or borrow from the park's supply and get a free parking pass at the entry kiosk when you volunteer.
Contact Nancy Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to attend, need more info, or want notice of other work parties at the park.