On Saturday, July 17 we were a crew of 6 on a plant liberation mission. We succeeded to liberate such native plants as our nearing 6 foot tall redwoods, as well as california figwort and blackberry, red alder, big leaf maple, snowberry, sedge, sage, and more. We have a vast array of native plants the golf course creek banks have been restored with over the years. This project to date is our legacy project being our longest running one and the location where SPAWN first began doing restoration in San Geronimo Valley. Coming to Roy’s on a volunteer day is a great introduction to a restoration project in progress! Come join us!