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Planting at Fort Ord National Monument

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ORGANIZATION: Habitat Stewardship Project Monterey Bay

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Planting

Since 1994, Habitat Stewardship Project (formerly known as Return of the Natives) has worked with community volunteers and the Bureau of Land Management to restore and revitalize Fort Ord. In 2012, Fort Ord became a national monument due to its ecological and historical importance.

Everyone is welcome! A great family activity that is FREE. Tools, water, and great snacks provided. Wear sturdy footwear and plenty of layers. Bring your community service forms to earn hours.

Directions: Enter by gate near Central Coast Veterans Cemetery at Normandy Rd, and Parker Flats Cutoff, Seaside CA 93955.

Sign our eWaiver: https://www.waiverfile.com/b/ReturnoftheNatives/Waiver.aspx?id=c964cce8-9e4d-422e-abe2-e7d395ff6840

For more information go to our website: https://csumb.edu/ron or call/email Bibiana Carrazco @ 831-582-3686 bcarrazco@csumb.edu.

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About Habitat Stewardship Project Monterey Bay

Location:

100 Campus Center, Bldg. 42, Seaside, CA 93955, US

Mission Statement

Bringing Nature Closer to People and People Closer to Nature Through Hands-on Participation in Restoring Habitats

Description

Return of the Natives is an environmental education program dedicated to involving students (Kindergarten through University) and local communities in habitat restoration.

The Return of the Natives Restoration Education Project (RON) is the education and outreach branch of The Watershed Institute at California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB). Based at CSUMB, RON helps the university fulfill its mission by providing service opportunities for students and working closely with the Service Learning Institute.

RON's environmental goal is to protect the waters of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary through restoration of the waterways and the lands draining into the bay. RON's social goal is to bring people and nature together on our restoration and education projects in the watersheds of Monterey County from the Monterey Peninsula to North Monterey County and from Salinas to San Ardo.

CAUSE AREAS

Animals
Community
Environment
Animals, Community, Environment

WHEN

Sat Jan 28, 2023
10:00 AM - 01:00 PM

WHERE

4380 Parker Flats Cut Off RoadSeaside, CA 93955

(36.64205,-121.79784)
 

SKILLS

  • Habitat Restoration
  • Environmental Education

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

N/A

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