Garber Park (Oakland)
March 18, Saturday, 9 am–12 pm
Meet at Fireplace Plaza, just below Evergreen Lane
Wear comfortable clothes and sturdy shoes, bring water and your energy for a fun day of restoration with Garber Park Stewards! Restoration projects range from trail maintenance (mulching or restoring steps), fire safety (removal of non-native plants and debris pickup), workshops, and native plant restoration.
For more information or questions, contact us at email@example.com.
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Huckleberry Botanic Regional Preserve (Oakland)
March 19, Sunday, 9:30 am
Meet us at the main parking lot for the preserve on Skyline Blvd just south of Elverton Drive in the Oakland Hills. We will decide the work site for the day depending on weather and soil.
Help remove invasive plants by hand in this special preserve, home to a native plant community found nowhere else in the East Bay.
If you don’t already have an EBRPD Volunteer account, please create one and complete an Individual EBRPD Service Agreement before volunteering.
For more information, visit EBRPD’s Huckleberry Invasive Plant Removal page.
Albany Hill (Albany)
March 25, Saturday, 9-11 am
Volunteers will work on weeding invasives on Albany Hill, making room for its native plants to return. We’ll also make entries of key native species in iNaturalist as part of their Bay Area Urban Species Search.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for meeting place in March.