Tuesday, April 19, 2011
The Carpinteria Creek Mouth is full of growth. The native plants that were planted only a few months ago are showing significant growth. The Coast Sunflowers are currently in bloom and bringing beautiful color to the site. Below are some photos of the sites progress. The project will require some maintenance through the summer, in the form of weeding and watering to insure that the native plants get established. Thank you, to all of the volunteers that have helped with the project. We hope to see you Saturday, May 14th, for our next restoration work day, and for the Carpinteria Creek Watershed Coalition's 10 year celebration.
Posted by South Coast Habitat Restoration at 11:22 AM
Please join us for our next restoration work day on Saturday, May 14th. The event will coincide with a celebration of the Carpinteria Creek Watershed Coalition's 10 year anniversary. We will be focusing our efforts on the removal of non natives from the site. We will meet from 9 -12pm, at the creek mouth with in Carpinteria State Beach. Please wear appropriate attire and remember to pack sunscreen and water. Please stay for the celebration which will be held in the grass lawn area adjacent to the creek mouth, from 1pm-4pm. Please contact us with any questions or if you are interested in attending.
Posted by South Coast Habitat Restoration at 10:59 AM