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Oak Tree Planting Extravaganza, Saturday January 11, 2014
Oak woodlands are a critical element San Diego's ecosystems.
Work together with refuge staff to plant acorns at 3 refuge locations; Sweetwater River (steel bridge trailhead), McGinty Mountain Trailhead, and Proctor Valley.
Refuge staff members are a rich and generous source of information about oak ecosystems including the many other plants,bird, reptiles, insects, and mammals that inhabit them. Plus, you will be able to access areas that are normally off-limits to the public, planting future oak trees that will shade the trails and create habitat!
Help us plant and leave enriched with understanding and inspiration.
Please RSVP to Volunteer Coordinator Cathy Chadwick at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 619-447-4715
Last Updated: Nov 26, 2013
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