One-Day Volunteer Events

 

Community Volunteer Event – Help Restore Native Habitat

Sisters volunteers BFSPWhen: Saturday, February 17th
9:00am to Noon

What: Come get dirty with us! Let’s stop the seed bank of invasive species before they displace vital native plant habitat. We will concentrate our effort on the North McCoy restoration site. We will follow up by planting Coastal Sage Scrub habitat which will provide habitat for the Ridgeway’s rail and stopover browsing for migratory birds.

Who: Open to the public. All ages welcome. Volunteers under 18 must bring signed permission forms, available here. Volunteers under 16 must attend with an adult. 

Where: Tijuana Estuary Visitor Center, 301 Caspian Way, Imperial Beach, CA  91932

What to wear/bring? Volunteers must work in long pants and boots or sturdy, closed-toe shoes. We also recommend bringing sunscreen, sunglasses, and hats. Work gloves, tools, and water will be provided. 

This event is a cooperative effort with Living Coast Discovery Center and volunteers from San Diego Bay Wildlife Refuge. 

For more information:
(619) 575-3613 x 331
volunteer (at) trnerr.org