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      Willow Staking and Habitat Restoration at Foothills Park in Los Altos


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      January 13, 2019

      Sunday   9:00 AM

      3300 Page Mill Road
      Los Altos, California 94022

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      Willow Staking and Habitat Restoration at Foothills Park

      DESCRIPTION Please join Grassroots Ecology and the Watershed Stewards Program as we restore riparian habitat along Buckeye Creek. Come explore this newly opened section of Foothills Park and make a lasting impact! We will be trimming willow cuttings, constructing willow bundles and placing them in the creek banks, as well as removing invasive hemlock, thistle and eucalyptus. There will even be an opportunity to make and take home a eucalyptus wreath/garland!   Who: All are welcome, you don't have to be a Palo Alto resident! Minors under 18 require a parent to approve the online waiver when registering for this event, and children under 12 require an accompanying adult.  Where: Foothills Park is located at 3300 Page Mill Rd. Los Altos Hills. Once in the park follow the arrows with the Grassroots Ecology logo to arrive at our meeting place, which will be in the back of the park across from the Grassroots Ecology nursery. Please bring: A reusable water bottle and dress for the outdoors (sturdy closed-toe shoes, long pants, and a hat are recommended). We will provide gloves, tools, and some snacks. **If you registered and can no longer attend or have any questions, please email: nina@grassrootsecology.org or rebecca@grassrootsecology.org.** Please note you DO NOT need to print the receipt/ticket. Just show up to the event!

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