Restoration activities

Saturday, December 2, 9:30 am, Point Isabel restoration
Join Greens at Work near the parking lot at the end of Rydin Road, on the side next to the salt marsh. This crew now carries into the afternoon, with a break at noon if you need to leave for Saturday errands.

Redwood Park Broom Pull. We will meet at the Canyon Meadow staging area of Redwood Regional Park and hike up to Eastridge to continue pulling broom. We will meet on Saturday, December 2nd at 9:00 and work until 1:00. On Sunday the 10th we will meet at 9:30 and work until 1:30. As usual, we will enjoy delicious snacks. There is no registration necessary. If you are under 18 you will need to have an adult sign a work waiver before we start.
Ranger Monica

Sunday, December 3, 10 am, North Basin at the mouth of Schoolhouse Creek. Meet John Kenny at the bend in the shoreline, maybe a 10 meter walk from the paved Bay Trail to the waterfront. Volunteers will be weeding, planting and maybe watering new plants until early afternoon.

Saturday, December 9, 9:30 am, Huckleberry Regional Botanic Preserve. Meet at the parking lot, where we look at weather and soil to decide the best worksite for the month. We had enough volunteers this month to split and work on two locations. With luck, there may be early flowers on the pallid manzanita. Heavy rain will cancel (soil erosion on slopes).

Saturday, December 16, 10 am, Garber Park (Oakland)
This group starts from the trailhead on Claremont Avenue, but best to e-mail garberparkstewards@gmail.com to let them know you plan to attend.

Sunday, December 17, 9 am, Sibley Regional Park
Meet at the Old Tunnel Road staging area. If the Bay Ridge trail is muddy then we will start in from the paved road above the wall of broom. If you have questions e-mail janetgawthrop47@gmail.com or sibley@ebparks.org.

Saturday, December 30, join Friends of Albany Hill for the last Saturday of the month work party, 9:30-11:30 am.
Email for location (email address below). Gloves and tools provided but bring a favorite weeding tool if you like. Wear closed-toed shoes with good traction and clothes that can get dirty. Long pants and long sleeves recommended. For more info: friendsalbanyhill@gmail.com, friendsofalbanyhill.org.