Join us for Earth Day

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Join us for Earth Day

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on April 18, 2015!

Habitat Restoration – Saturday, April 18  9:00am – 12:00pm @ 3rd Street & Imperial Beach Blvd.

Volunteers needed to help plant a native butterfly garden. We will be planting California native butterfly plants and weeding out those pesky non-natives. Children’s art contest. Come join the fun!

Please register in advance so we know how many volunteers to expect.

Event Information

Who? Open to the entire community – all ages welcome. Families, individuals, groups and organizations are welcome to participate.
Groups  – If your group will include minors without their parent or legal guardian, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at volunteer(at) prior to the event to obtain the necessary parental consent forms. All volunteers under 18 must bring parent-signed permission forms, available by request. Volunteers under the age of 16 must attend with a parent or guardian.

What? Habitat restoration. Invasive plant removal, native plant installation.

Where? 3rd Street & Imperial Beach Blvd.
Directions: Take 5 south to the Coronado Ave. exit. Make a left, heading west. Continue west, the road will change names to Imperial Beach Blvd. Event will be on the left at 3rd St. There is some free parking along I.B. Blvd. If street parking is full, make a left on 3rd and follow the road around the bend to the left. This will be Caspian Way. Park  in the Visitor Center lot on the right.

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. The Tijuana Estuary provides work gloves and tools.


For more information:

Volunteer Coordinator
(619) 575-3613 x330  office