Since 1990, The Bay Foundation has worked to improve water quality, conserve and rehabilitate natural resources, and protect the Santa Monica Bay Watershed’s benefits and values. One project in that mission is the Stone Canyon Creek restoration. The once mighty Stone Canyon Creek used to be a dominant feature of the UCLA campus. Over the years, as the campus expanded, the creek was routed underground, and today only a small segment runs through the UCLA Lab School campus and behind the Anderson School of Management. The vegetation that persists at the creek site is dominated by invasive plants which are overtaking and pushing the few remaining native plant and wildlife species. Help us eliminate this infestation of invasive vegetation, replant the area with native vegetation, and restore this all but lost ecosystem. Bring water, sunscreen, snacks, and wear closed-toed shoes. Gloves and tools will be provided. NOTE: Event will be cancelled if it rains during the event or heavy the day before.
10:00 AM to 1:30 PM
Tags: environment, habitat restoration, sustainability
Contact Person: Rod Abbott
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone Number: 310-873-3956
Organization: The Bay Foundation