VOLUNTEER WORKDAYS IN OCTOBER
SATURDAYS, OCTOBER 2 & 16
TIME: 9:00AM - NOON
HELP CLEAR INVASIVE WEEDS AND CONTINUE TRAIL MAINTENANCE TASKS (WEEDING, RAKING, MULCHING, REPAIRING BRIDGES AND STEPS) FOR FIRE SAFETY.
Below are some of the projects in Garber. We have been working on these projects throughout the Summer and will be working through the Fall to make Garber as Fire Safe as possible, and the trails safe and enjoyable for your walking pleasure.
- Several Restoration Sites: Harwood Creek, Fern Glade, and Evergreen Lane Hillside need much TLC in removing invasive weeds to enable the natives to grow and be ready for planting this coming Winter after the rains return. Harwood Creek and Fern Glade are beautiful sites in Garber and good flat areas to work.
What to Bring: gloves, a water bottle, snacks, You can use our tools if you don't have them.
Where to meet: Evergreen Lane Entrance to Garber Park. Directions: From Ashby Ave take Alvarado Rd to Slater Lane, Slater Lane to Evergreen Lane, turn Right onto Evergreen Lane. Garber Park is at the end of the street. You can park on the side of the street but please do not park in any driveway or individuals parking pad. For those who don't mind a short, but steep walk up the hill you can park at the Claremont Ave parking lot and walk up the trail. A map and directions to both entrances can be found at garberparkstewards.org.
Everyone welcome. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult and have a WAIVER signed by their parent or a responsible adult.