By April 25, 2010Uncategorized

The SPAWN team and our wonderful volunteers help erected a NEW shadehouse for our expanding native plant nursery in Tocaloma!

Along with establishing a new nursery location, volunteers removed a staggering 2500 square feet of invasive himalayan blackberry along the creek at the SPAWN offices. This vital floodplain area has been smothered by blackberry for over a decade and thanks to the work of our volunteers it will soon transform into a beautiful riparian grove of native trees and shrubs. Volunteers also tackled huge amounts of invasive english ivy (choking our lovely redwoods) and bamboo!

We finished up the day with a delicious BBQ!
Join us next time!