Pacific Palisades Garden Club - Garden Work Day - Saturday Morning Shift
Pacific Palisades, CA
The Pacific Palisades Garden Club need volunteers to help in it's native garden! Volunteers will be planting, weeding, watering, path clearing, trimming, cleanup work, etc
Address: Northeast corner of Temescal Canyon Park; South of Bowdoin St. (where there is a traffic signal) and the well-known long "Chumash" Mural.
Specific Location: Within the native plant garden area, visible from Tescal Canyon road. This narrow parkland stretches between the Pacific Coast HIghway adn Sunset Blvd. On both sides of this wide 5-lane roadway, a man entryway to Pacific Palisades..
Parking instructions/special directions to location:
Street parking very close to the site is readily available on Saturdays (during schooldays M-F, students cards occupt the spaces close to the garden area)
Special Instructions: Wear appropriate gardening attire; gloves & sunhat are also
helpful; bring garden tools if you have them (but we also supply); also water and
Contact Person: Barbara - Cell phone: 310-459-0190
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Native Plant Garden at Temescal Canyon Park
Temescal Canyon Road between PCH and Sunset Blvd
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