*Group sizes are limited to nine (9) people and children are included in the head-count. First come, first serve on a reservation basis. Please make sure to bring work gloves.*
This project works to help restore the habitat and trail area of El Corazon in Oceanside. Work includes removal of invasive plants primarily, with some planting of natives. Work sessions are held the third Saturday of each month from 9-10:30 am. ****This project is conducted rain or shine!****
Date: 3rd Saturday of the Month
Location: Exact meeting location will be email after registration. The El Corazon restoration area is along Mesa between Rancho del Oro and El Camino Real in Oceanside.
Bring: Work gloves or gardening gloves, hats, sunscreen, snacks & water.
Wear: Full length pants and shirts, closed toed shoes or work boots.
Who: This project is great for groups or individuals. Volunteers must register in advance and will be emailed a waiver and “Covid guidelines” prior to the project date.
Child friendly 6yrs+: This project is family friendly for children 6yrs+. It is not suitable for younger children. You will be working on steep slopes using hand tools to remove heavy duty weeds. Children are included in the head-count. Children under 18 need to be supervised by an adult and will need a liability waiver signed either on the day of the event with guardian present or (if no guardian is present the day of) printed, signed, and brought to the event. Waiver can be obtained via contact in advance.
Onsite Contact/Team Leader: Diane Nygaard, [email protected]
Date/Time: 01/21/2023 - 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Preserve Calavera Nature Preserve
Will be provided after registration.