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Martin Luther King Jr. National Day of Service

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ORGANIZATION: The Watershed Project

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Come join The Watershed Project, East Bay Regional Parks and Golden Gate Audubon Society along the Richmond Shoreline for Martin Luther King Jr. National Day of Service. Bring your family, friends, and neighbors to Shimada Friendship Park, a community park along Richmond's 32 miles of shoreline - the longest of any city in the Bay Area.

Where: Shimada Friendship Park

When: Monday, January 17, 2011

Time: 9 am - 12:30 pm

Activities: Winterize the Bay Trail - Spread mulch along the shoreline to keep invasive iceplant from coming back. Join the Fennel Patrol - Help remove invasive fennel. Pick up and tally trash - Find out what ends up in the Bay and help us get rid of it!

For more information or to RSVP: please email volunteer@thewatershedproject.org or call (510) 214-6897.

(Directions to Shimada: From I-580, exit at S. 23rd St/Marina Bay Pkwy. Head towards the Bay on S. 23rd St. Continue on Marina Bay Pkwy and turn left after Breakers into Shimada Friendship Park. Walk south along the Bay Trail towards the beach.)

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About The Watershed Project


1327 S 46TH ST, Building 155, RICHMOND, CA 94804, US

Mission Statement

The mission of The Watershed Project is to inspire Bay Area communities to understand, appreciate, and restore their local watersheds.


The Watershed Project’s vision is "people committed to a healthy San Francisco Bay watershed." Since 1997, we’ve pursued that vision through initiatives that:

  • Restore and preserve our unique, local ecosystems
  • Give students, teachers and volunteers the tools to preserve healthy watersheds.
  • Bring a watershed perspective to the urban environment.
  • Support grassroots watershed organizations.
  • Nurture young people who aspire to environmental careers working for positive change in our Bay Area communities

We are located in Richmond, California, on the University of California's Richmond Field Station.


Community, Environment


Mon Jan 17, 2011
09:00 AM - 12:30 PM


Shimada Friendship ParkRichmond, CA 94804



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