Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Native habitat restoration this Saturday

Native habitat restoration this Saturday

We got rained out last Sat. so are trying again:

What:
Spreading mulch to get rid of annual weeds for a native habitat restoration at Moonlight Beach.

When:
Saturday, January 28, 8:30 AM- 12:30 PM

Where:
Meet at the trail entrance just up from the south-east corner of B St. (extension of Encinitas Blvd. west of Coast Highway 101) and Third St., 2 blocks west of Coast Hwy. in Encinitas.  It's just up from the sewage pump station on that corner.  There is parking on the street or in the big Moonlight Beach parking lot at the top of the hill on Third Street.

Bring:
Revised tool list: If you have a wheelbarrow, half-height trash barrel or 15 gallon planting pot (about 20 inches across by 24 inches tall), rake, or shovel, we will need extras of these.

Wear clothes suitable for gardening.  Water and oranges will be available.

Weather:
The weather forecast is for Sunny, with a high near 75.

More info:
Brad Roth, Project Manager
Cottonwood Creek Conservancy
(760) 436-2632

2 comments:

  1. This is "off subject," but I'm watching the current Council Meeting. I'm grateful that it seems we will be able to have the Surfing Madonna, moved to its new site, providing the State approves. However, I feel it's highly unusual, against policy and best practices for the Mayor to suddenly be able to pull up Item #8 on the Agenda, skipping over oral communications, the Consent Calendar, and other agenda items (if any).

    I know the Mayor has broad powers of discretion, but it almost seems as though Jerome Stocks did not want the attending media to be present for oral communications? Occasionally, with consent of Council, the order can be changed, but Jerome seems to be letting his position of authority go to his head.

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