It's that time of the year when willow cuttings, oak acorns and other Native plants must be propagated for next season's habitat restoration projects and free giveaways to members..
Volunteers are needed at the USFS/WildPlaces Nursery in Springville for two easy hours of weeding, planting, and other stuffprojects to maintain and repair the nursery, plant oak acorns, Giant sequoia seedlings, and willow cuttings for next season's restoration projects.
Meadows are the most important feature of the watershed, directly impacting the quality and quantity of water going to downstream habitat, cities, economy, agriculture, or remaining banked as snow.
Reach Josh at firstname.lastname@example.org and 559.303.4409 if you can join. Volunteers will meet at the nursery located at the USFS Work Station in Spirngville (see map).