San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Return of the Lost Oak Woodlands: There once was a valley where giant oaks held an ecosystem together. The trees were harvested and the valley had many experiences; charcoaling kilns, farming, cattle grazing, movie making. But a white knight rode in: State Parks acquired the property to provide a park for public enjoyment and to preserve an historic landscape. Since 1992, volunteers have enjoyed a wonderful day in the park planting and caring for oak trees and their understory plants. Join Mountains Restoration Trust and TreePeople to care for oaks and rebuild a native landscape.
Great Fun for Kids and Families! Volunteers under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or a guardian. Volunteers under the age of 18, must bring this form (http://www.mountainstrust.org/DOCS/state-parent-waiver.pdf) with a parent's or guardian's signature.
What to Bring: Bring a snack, water, sunscreen and/or hat, and wear sturdy footwear. Prepare to get dirty. Gloves and tools will be provided but you may bring your own work gloves if desired.
Registration is Required: Registered volunteers will receive an email confirmation with more details.
Directions and Parking: This event is held at Malibu Creek State Park, 1925 Las Virgenes Road. The park entrance is just south of Mulholland Highway. Let the state park ranger at the front gate know you are volunteering to receive a parking pass.
Have more questions? Contact us at email@example.com or call MRT Monday through Friday 8am to 4:30pm at (818) 591-1701 ext. 0.
Please note: To facilitate coordination between MRT and TreePeople, we need to share your email address and other information with TreePeople. However, we will ONLY share it with TreePeople and no one else.