|Mark can often be seen removing ivy and|
expanding the restoration site at Fern Glen.
|Trail improvements such as this in Fern Glen|
can be seen throughout the park
in Garber's meadows. Two years ago Rispin Meadow, on
the left, was impenetrable, filled with fire prone
invasive plants (Himalayan Blackberry, broom,
poison hemlock). Once freed the natives have re-bounded -
and volunteers enjoy a quiet time weeding in the meadow.
I am humbled by the number of volunteers who come to help restore and maintain this little piece of paradise throughout the year. And, what better time to say THANK YOU than on Earth Day. We couldn't do it without you!
Habitat Restoration Workdays in May
Tuesday, May 6 and Saturday, May 17
Meet at the Claremont Avenue Entrance
at 10AM. We work till Noon.
Contact Shelagh at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
We hope to see you soon in Garber!