Please join the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Foundation, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, and UCLA Lab School to help restore the only remaining section of unburied creek on the UCLA campus. The once mighty Stone Canyon Creek was a dominant feature of the UCLA campus in the past. Over the years, as the campus expanded, the creek was routed underground and now only this small segment running through the ULS campus and behind the Anderson School of Management remains. The vegetation that persists at the creek site is dominated by invasive vegetation which is choking out the few remaining native plant species. Help us eliminate this infestation of invasive vegetation and replant the area with native vegetation. This is real work that will really benefit the environment. The newly established vegetation will serve as habitat to birds and other wildlife on campus. All tools and training will be provided but we need your muscle! Between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Call site supervisor Mark Abramson at 310-490-0279 with questions.
Volunteer requests and questions will be responded to on October 3, 2016.
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