Short Summary

Garber Park is a 13-acre wildland park owned by the City of Oakland located behind the Claremont Hotel in Claremont Canyon. Garber Park is home to significant stands of big-leaf maple, California buckeyes and regenerating coast live oak woodland and forest. The Garber Park Stewards vision is to safeguard the native wildland resources of Garber Park while reducing the risk of wildfire and improving the trail system.

Volunteer Opportunities

                   

GARBER PARK HABITAT RESTORATION EVENTS

Join the Garber Park Stewards for the3rd Saturday of the month Habitat Restoration Volunteer Workday.   Meet at the Claremont Ave. Entrance at 10AM. We work till Noon.  We pull non-native invasive weeds, maintain the Loop Trail and newly restored Claremont Ave Path, and plant natives. Everyone welcome.


Please join us Saturday, May 19 from 10am – Noon for 2017 as we continue our invasive weed pull in our long term effort to restore and maintain native plant communities in this beautiful oak woodland park at the base of Claremont Canyon.  This month we'll be focussing on the Harwood Creek Area (Bob's Place) and Evergreen Lane Entrance Hill, where invasive weeds are threatening to take over.  If we have enough volunteers we will attack the oxalis at the Alvarado Spur Entrance.  And, of course, if you have your favorite place to work we welcome your help!

Wear long sleeves and pants.  We provide gloves, tools, and water.  Please bring a water bottle for refills.  Directions:  Meet at the Claremont Ave. Entrance.  From the intersection of Tunnel Rd/Ashby and Claremont, go .4 miles up Claremont Ave. to the Garber Park sign and parking turn-out.  Maps and directions can also be found at www.garberparkstewards.org


More information and maps can be found at garberparkstewards.org or contact Shelagh garberparkstewards@gmail.com.

Everyone welcome.  Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult and have a WAIVER signed by their parent or a responsible adult.  

We hope to see you there!