Planting for Pollinators in the Marsh

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Planting for Pollinators in the Marsh
Location: Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Environmental Education Center (1751 Grand Boulevard, San Jose, CA, 95002)
Saturday January 19th 9AM - 12PM

KCCB is partnering with SFBBO on this series of events to conduct joint restoration efforts at the Refuge.

Help restore our Bay and get some much needed fresh air at the Refuge.

Come out to the Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge for a few hours to restore part of the Bay. While you are removing invasive vegetation, planting new plants, or laying down mulch, you'll get to enjoy the fresh air of the Bay, see lots of birds, and learn from restoration experts about why this work is so important.

Community service hours available.

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About Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful

Location:

5339 Prospect Rd #281, San Jose, CA 95129, US

Mission Statement

Our vision is a vibrant Coyote Creek: clean waters, abundant wildlife, and natural beauty that everyone can enjoy. We’re accomplishing this by both mobilizing community resources and participation, and by engaging community members to become the creek’s advocates and caretakers. Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful works with community groups, public agencies, and students to restore Coyote Creek through cleanups, plantings, recreational and cultural activities, and educational partnerships.

Description

Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful provides leadership to bring related community groups and public agencies affiliated with Coyote Creek. Primary funding is provided through a partnership grant from the City of San Jose and the Santa Clara Valley Water District.


Thinking cyclically about engaging the greater Coyote Creek community, people take care of the creek, which leads to gaining a further understanding of the creek, which leads to enjoyment and usage of the creek, which leads people back to caring for the creek. All these activities engage people to become the creek's advocates and caretakers.
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WHEN

Sat Feb 19, 2022
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

WHERE

Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife RSan Jose, CA 95002

(37.42687,-121.97219)
 

SKILLS

  • Environmental Policy
  • Environmental Education
  • Botany
  • Environmental Science
  • Outdoor Recreation

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 12
  • 3 hours
  • Follow current county Covid-19 Requirements

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