Join us for a volunteer project along a section of Marsh Creek in Clayton to restore native habitat.
Enjoy the peace and tranquility of Marsh Creek while watering native plants and pulling weeds at our Marsh Creek IV native plant restoration project. Last year, DiRT volunteers planted fourteen different species – in total over 500 native plants – but we need your help weeding and watering to make sure the project a success. We’ll be carrying 1 gal. jugs (8 lbs) to each of the planting sites walking on uneven ground so wear long pants and sturdy shoes. Bring water, sun protection and a hand trowel if you have one, we’ll provide gloves. Come see how you can help the transformation of a non-native weed infested stream bank back to its natural state.
RSVP and more information (925) 947-3535 or gphillips@SaveMountDiablo.org