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Friday Afternoon Creekside Planting - Pope & Woodland

Acterra Stewardship Program

Friday, November 2, 2012 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)

Friday Afternoon Creekside Planting - Pope & Woodland

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Who: Volunteers of all ages are welcome; minors under 18 require a signed waiver and children 12 require an accompanying adult unless prior approval is obtained from the workday supervisor. Groups can contact Claire Elliott  ( for their own special program dates/hours.

What: Join us for a few hours of planting native plants on the banks of our local creeks!  Help us improve habitat for native insects, birds, fish and other animals as we work to help restore the "bottom of the food chain" - our native plants that support all other native life.

Where:  Intersection of Pope and Woodland, Menlo Park (near University & Chaucer, Palo Alto).     

Please bring: A reusable water bottle and dress for outdoor work (sturdy shoes and long pants recommended). We provide gloves and tools. Minors under 18 must bring a waiver form signed by a parent.

PLEASE NOTE: When you complete your registration for this event, you DO NOT need to print a receipt or ticket.  

Upcoming creekside planting days (dates & places subject to change): 

Nov. 2 - Pope & Woodland, MP
Nov. 3 - Waverly, PA
Nov. 17 - Sausal Cr., PV
Dec. 1 - El Palo Alto, PA
Jan. 15 (Tues) - Chaucer, PA
Jan. 19 - Creek Drive, MP 
Have questions about Friday Afternoon Creekside Planting - Pope & Woodland? Contact Acterra Stewardship Program

When & Where

Pope and Woodland
Pope & Woodland
Menlo Park, CA

Friday, November 2, 2012 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)

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Acterra Stewardship Program

Acterra Stewardship helps restore degraded habitats to promote healthier, more biologically diverse ecosystems, and uses habitat restoration as a vehicle to educate and inspire adults and youth to understand and appreciate the natural world - both its beauty and the important services it provides.

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