SPAWN held two restoration efforts surrounding this year’s Earth Day. The first was at our very own Roy’s Pools. We planted a TON of lupin by the cart path on the South side of the pools, as well as yerba buena and sticky monkey flower! We had lots of cookies and tasty tabouleh from the Lagunitas Deli, an info table and plants for sale! Overall, it was a successful restoration day. The Saturday following Earth Day SPAWN held restoration in conjunction with Samuel P. Taylor State Park. Several SPAWN volunteers hiked through the park picking up trash, trimming back poison oak, and providing awesome native plant knowledge to other volunteers. It was a nice sunny saturday away from Roy’s Pools – but we will be back next week to continue our efforts!