Stewardship

The battle against invasives

French Broom (Genista monspessulana)
Cape Ivy (Delairea odorata)
Sticky Ageratina (Ageratina adenophora)

Stewardship

1st Saturday of each month — Point Lobos (East). 1.00 p.m. at the Rio Road Park and Ride
Join us in the beautiful Monterey Pine forest on the east side of Point Lobos. We use several techniques to remove the highly invasive French Broom and help restore the area with the native plants that properly belong there. We meet at the Rio Road Park and Ride (across the road from the Chevron gas station). All supplies provided. Contact Bruce Delgado at bdelgado62@gmail.com or 831-277-7690 for more information.

Sept 7, 2019
Oct 5, 2019

3rd Sunday of each month — Soberanes Creek. 11.00 a.m. at the Rio Road Park and Ride
The area where Soberanes Creek falls into the ocean needs our help to remove various invasive weeds — primarily Cape Ivy. We meet at the Rio Road Park and Ride (across the road from the Chevron gas station) at 11 a.m. and return at about 2.00 p.m. All supplies provided. Bring a friend, water and a snack. Contact Bruce Delgado at bdelgado62@gmail.com or 831-277-7690 for more information

Sept 15, 2019
Oct 20, 2019

Quarry Park, Monterey – French Broom
To help with broom at Monterey’s Quarry Park, please contact Al Washburn at awashburn8@comcast.net.

Re-wild Rancho Cañada
To help re-wild Rancho Cañada on weekdays or weekends, young and old, email hennessyst@comcast.net, Scott Hennessy.

Central Coast Stewards discussion forum

This forum is designed for professional and volunteer land stewards who work to manage or maintain the native flora and fauna of the Central California coast. The forum is intended to foster communication about issues, questions, successes and failures with others in the field. Please no advertising, please no political discussions and debates, and please treat the ideas of others with respect.

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