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Dear UCLA Volunteer Services,I am a scout in troop 36, doing a conservation project to restore the l...

Planting 2 Restore Wetlands

October 19th, 2019

Location: 21900 Pacific Coast Highway Huntington Beach CA 92646
Duration: Multiple Days
First Day : Oct 19, 2019
Last Day: Nov 9, 2019



Dear UCLA Volunteer Services,

I am a scout in troop 36, doing a conservation project to restore the local wetlands because I love birds and the planet. I would be so grateful if you could attend and also share this email and SignUp Genius with your students to help me recruit volunteers. This project will help restore habitat to endangered birds, plants & fish, and help increase the wetland’s ability to absorb carbon. Thanks for passing this on.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. Here’s an email you can send out.

Yours in Scouting,

Gyan (951)966-7874

Dear

Please check out this Sign Up Genius to volunteer to help the planet.

Here’s an opportunity to volunteer to put your hands to help with a project that will change the actual landscape of our local area back to wetlands. This is a scout’s conservation project to restore the Huntington Beach Wetlands Conservancy right across from PCH on select Saturday mornings. You will remove invasive plants and or plant new plants. Wetlands soak-up loads of carbon from the air and provide a place for endangered plants birds and fish to live when it has native plants.

Sign UP: The info which is also on the SignUpGenius.

 Sign Up so there are enough tools at the event.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0A4BA4A82DA3FE3-oct19

When:

Sat Oct 19 & Nov 9

Come to one or both dates for any length you can volunteer

9am -12pm Come early to grab your choice of gear before the best stuff is taken.

What Are We Doing?

The native endangered bird species in Huntington Beach need their special native plants to lay their eggs but the invasive plants have taken over. Please help remove them so their species came to an increase in numbers. We will also be planting plants that are native to the area. Come out to help these birds and watch for more future opportunities to complete this replanting task. ALSO, when the native plants grow in, wetlands absorb TONS of carbon from the air and lock it into the soil. Lets restore that natural carbon sucker!

Where:

Huntington Beach Wetlands Conservancy 21900 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach

Drive to the furthest back parking lot past the main building. 

Details:

• AM Snacks & Lunch Will Be Provided

Parking is free

Drive past the 1st parking lot and the building and then park in their back parking lot.

This is across the street from Huntington Beach so you can plan to visit the beach after if you’d like to.

Who:

Anyone ages 10 to 11 must have a parent supervising them because we don’t want to step on any endangered plants we have already planted.12 and over do not need adult supervision. Adults welcome to come too.

What’s Provided(You are welcome to bring your own if you wish:

1. Tools like: hand shovel, hand rake

2. Gloves

3. Knee pads

Bring: :

1. sun protection: hat with tie because of the wind, sunscreen, pants

2. water

3. Wear pants and shoes you can get dirty in.

4. MUST be in close-toed shoes

  Thank you all for your support!

From,

Gyan S

Questions? Preya (951)966-7874

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Time Details

You can come for any time you are available between 9am-12pm


Tags: animals, environment, birds, planet, sustainability

Contact Person: Gyan Shrivastava

Contact Email: youcanfindgyan@gmail.com

Contact Phone Number: 9519667874

Organization: Scouts & Huntington Wetlands Conservancy

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