Kick-off Planting at Bear River a HUGE Success!
January 15, 2016
Success found us last Saturday
at the Bear River Habitat Trail in Yuba County! Sixty volunteers of all
ages braved the muddy conditions and threatening skies to plant just under 700
native trees, shrubs, flowering perennials, grasses, and bulbs. This is a great
start and puts us well on our way toward this year’s planting goal of
approximately 2,500 new plants. We were thrilled to meet many of you from the
Plumas Lake Community and appreciate the help from the Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts,
and all the supporters that drove in from surrounding areas to help. Tree
Cheers for a job well done!
Missed the first event?
Ready to do it again? We have two opportunities live and accepting
volunteer registrations! Please join us on January 23 from 9-12:30 pm and
February 6 from 9-12:30 pm. More opportunities to volunteer may be added later
this spring as the project warrants; please check our Events Page often! Have
a question about volunteering or want to sign up a big group? Give
Volunteer Specialist, Heather, a call at (916) 974-4310 or drop her a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t like to get muddy? Have
other talents to share? We are always interested in having help with things
such as workday photography, providing snacks for volunteers, sign-in and
set-up work, music to support and motivate our volunteer planters…..you name
it! We would love to hear all about how you would like to be involved! Zarah’s accepting ideas on skill and talent
sharing – reach her at (916) 924-4307 or email@example.com.
We hope to see you out there!