The never-ending joy of park stewardship will flare again this Saturday July 10 with a deep dive into the Native Plant Area to do battle with Kikuyu grass and perform other garden upgrade work. We’ll meet at the parking circle on the west end of Spinnaker Way at 10 a.m. Please bring gloves, water, and hand tools you’re comfortable with.
This is always a fun outing. Sometimes we discover “new” wildlife and botanicals that tickle our inner nerd. We always end with a great feeling of satisfaction for a job well done that needed doing. The forecast for Saturday is a high of 74, but it’ll probably be a bit cooler at the shoreline. Questions? Call Bob Huttar, Volunteer Coordinator, at 949 307-5918.
All volunteers who show up are invited for lunch afterward, and then to meet Dave Kaplow, the former president of Design Associates Working with Nature, who will give a talk and show slides. DAWN is the group that created the Native Plant Area in the early 1980s. If you have to miss the volunteer work part but would like to hear Dave Kaplow anyway, that’s fine, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get the venue.