Community Volunteers are the Heart of our Work
June 18, 2016
Community volunteers are the heart of the work
undertaken by the Sacramento Tree Foundation and the Bear River Habitat Trail
in Plumas Lake is no exception. Construction began in July, 2015 and thanks to
the hard work of community volunteers, more than 2,500 new native plants were
installed this winter and spring.
One volunteer who has joined the effort is
Ms. Sean Harrison who lives nearby. “ I wanted to serve my community while
doing something I liked. Working with the land was a natural fit for me and the
Sacramento Tree Foundation provided the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors
while participating in the Bear River Habitat Trail project.” she said.
regular community workdays throughout summer and a second phase of planting
scheduled for next fall and winter, more volunteers are encouraged to join the
effort. “I have had a wonderful time working with the committed employees from
the Sacramento Tree Foundation “ Sean says, “I’m looking forward to continuing
my community service activities as a Sacramento Tree Foundation
volunteer.”Thank you Sean for all your
hard work! We look forward to seeing you
at our summer workdays and for more planting in the mud next winter.