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Friday Restoration at Paramount Ranch

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Paramount Ranch

2903 Cornell Road

Agoura Hills, CA 91301

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Join the National Park Service for a Covid-safe volunteer event to restore a beautiful riparian area at Paramount Ranch!

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IMPORTANT! DUE TO COVID-RELATED PROTOCOLS, PLEASE PRE-REGISTER TO SECURE A VOLUNTEER SLOT. IF YOU DO NOT PRE-REGISTER, WE CANNOT GUARANTEE YOU A VOLUNTEER SLOT AND YOU MAY BE TURNED AWAY.

PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME, WE HOPE TO NOT HAVE OUR LIMITED STAFF WAITING TOO LONG FOR LATE ARRIVALS!

Join us for a fun and safe morning of native plant restoration at Paramount Ranch. The goal of this restoration is to expand important riparian habitat and return native cover to areas that burned in the Woolsey Fire. Work will consist of planting hundreds of live plants grown from locally collected seed to rebuilding creek habitat that has disappeared from the site. This activity is appropriate for ages 5 and up. Masks will be required when working within 6ft of others.

The event will run from 9am - 12 noon .

Please bring water, sunscreen and a sun hat. Wear hiking attire, closed toe shoes and pants and long-sleeved shirt are recommended. Gloves and tools will be provided.

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Paramount Ranch

2903 Cornell Rd

Agoura Hills, CA, 91301

Meet the restoration team by the bridge to Western Town. From there, it's a 10 minute walk to the restoration site.

PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME, WE HOPE TO NOT HAVE OUR LIMITED STAFF WAITING TOO LONG FOR LATE ARRIVALS!

Contacts: joseph_algiers@nps.gov and antoniosanchez@samofund.org

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The Santa Monica Mountains Fund works to protect and encourage appreciation and understanding of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. The Fund achieves this by supporting National Park Service efforts in education, science, research, improved facilities, citizen engagement, stewardship and philanthropy. www.samofund.org




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