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Shrub Club Volunteers

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ORGANIZATION: ESCONDIDO CREEK CONSERVANCY

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We are looking for volunteers to join our Shrub Club Team!

Are you interested in nature and passionate about preserving native habitats?

If yes, then the Shrub Club is the right match for you!

Shrub Club Volunteers

Get outside and enjoy our nature with other passionate volunteers. We’ll remove invasive species, fix trails, and make room for native plants and animals to flourish in the Escondido Creek watershed. Volunteer work can be labor intensive but everyone is encouraged to work at their own pace. Locations vary throughout North County but are often along the creek near Elfin Forest or surrounding open spaces in Escondido. Participation counts toward community service hours.

During all shrub club events, volunteers must bring water, hat, and good hiking shoes. Long pants are encouraged for working in thick vegetation. Tools and gloves will be provided but please bring your own tools if you have them. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or chaperone.

If this is something that interests you or you would like more information, send an email to aida@escondidocreek.org

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About ESCONDIDO CREEK CONSERVANCY

Location:

120 W GRAND AVE, ESCONDIDO, CA 92025, US

Mission Statement

We believe that everyone benefits by being part of nature, not apart from it. The Escondido Creek Conservancy exists to enhance the lives of people and wildlife in our Watershed and we do this by leading, educating and advocating for our natural surroundings.

Description

For the past 30 years, the Conservancy has helped preserve about 3,000 acres of land and is working to preserve an additional 1,000+ acres. Since 1991, the Conservancy has purchased or facilitated the purchase of some of the most biologically sensitive properties in the Escondido Creek watershed. The Conservancy also provides watershed education programs to thousands of youth and adults every year.

While much has been accomplished, there are major challenges ahead. The preserved lands must be managed in perpetuity. A new generation of conservationists must be engaged. Water quality must be improved. Other areas of the watershed need the Conservancy’s attention.

With your help the Conservancy can continue this important work for decades to come. Please join us!

CAUSE AREAS

Advocacy & Human Rights
Community
Environment
Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, Environment

WHEN

Mon Aug 01, 2022 - Sun Oct 30, 2022

WHERE

Multiple locations Escondido, CA 92025

(33.09029,-117.04999)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

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