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Planting at the Ponds: Enhance Your Community Recreation Space!

North Monterey County High School 13990 Castroville Blvd, Castroville, CA 95012
February 2, 2019
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  • Location: North Monterey County High School, 13990 Castroville Blvd, Castroville, CA
  • Phone: (831) 771-4486
  • Time: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
  • Price: Free
  • Description:

    Join Central Coast Wetlands Group and the Watershed Stewards Program for a fun and educational volunteer day with the goal of enhancing native habitat for three endangered species!

    Your hard work will restore sensitive habitat for California red-legged frogs, Santa Cruz long-toed salamanders, and California tiger salamanders, and will improve and enhance our local watershed. Located directly adjacent to North Monterey County High School in Castroville, the beautification and maintenance of this space means increased access to outdoor education and public recreation for students, community members, and nature enthusiasts alike!
    - Give back to the community
    - Restore critical habitat for endangered species
    - Plant native trees, grasses, and shrubs and remove invasive plants
    - Learn about natural resource science
    - Earn volunteer hours

    Snacks will be provided. Please bring a water bottle, hat, comfortable clothes, closed-toed shoes that can get dirty, and rain gear (if necessary). The event will happen rain or shine! All ages welcome. If you are under 18 years of age, email sgalindo@mlml.calstate.edu to receive a required liability waiver.

    Parking is available in the high school's parking lot. When you turn into North Monterey County High School, enter the driveway and turn left into the parking lot furthest from the school buildings.

    Email sgalindo@mlml.calstate.edu with any questions. See you there!

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