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Help Restore Manzanita Canyon in City Heights!

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ORGANIZATION: San Diego Canyonlands

Young Volunteers Remove Huge Weeds

You are invited to join us to restore Manzanita Canyon into a safe and vibrant place for students and families to enjoy and explore. We will be restoring the native habitat by removing trash and weeds, and planting native plants. All ages welcome!

Please sign up at Go to the event calendar and click on the event you would like to sign up for. Community service hours documentation provided to those who need it. Volunteers under 18 must have a parent or guardian sign two youth waiver to participate in this event.
Wear sturdy shoes or boots, sun protection and bring a reusable water bottle. Water, tools and gloves provided.

We are operating under an internal COVID-19 protocol where masks will be required if social distancing cannot be maintained. Thank you for understanding.

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About San Diego Canyonlands


5106 Federal Blvd, #205, SAN DIEGO, CA 92105, US

Mission Statement

San Diego Canyonlands' mission is to promote, protect and restore the natural habitats in San Diego County's canyons and creeks. We do this by fostering education and ongoing community involvement in stewardship and advocacy, and by collaborating with other organizations.


During the monthly events, we would like volunteers to help us remove trash, invasive non-native plants, plant native plants in restoration sites, maintain trails, and do other exciting work to enhance the canyon. Our urban canyons and creeks are critical to the health of the San Diego ecosystems.


Community, Environment


Sat Jun 25, 2022
08:00 AM - 11:00 AM


4255 Thorn StreetSan Diego, CA 92105



  • Habitat Restoration
  • Environmental Policy
  • Environmental Education
  • Botany
  • Gardening
  • Horticulture


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group



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