Stream Restoration at Leo Carrillo State Park
Saturday, October 12, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)
Come enjoy the outdoors and make a difference with Mountains Restoration Trust and Heal the Bay!
The Arroyo Sequit creek at Leo Carrillo State Park is being restored so endangered Southern California Steelhead Trout can use it for spawning. Two concrete barriers are being removed by State Parks, it's up to volunteers like you to take out the invasive plants. Cape Ivy is the primary target; it's toxic to fish and other aquatic life so removing it is key to restoring the historic spawning grounds.
The best part of this event is once you're done restoring the creek, the beach is right there waiting for you!
What to Bring: Bring a snack, water, sunscreen and/or hat, and wear sturdy footwear. Long pants and a long-sleeved shirt is highly recommended. Prepare to get dirty. Gloves and tools will be provided but you may bring your own work gloves if desired.
This event is open to volunteers age 10 and over. Volunteers under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. For those under 18 a parent or guardian must fill out and sign a State Park Juvenile Volunteer Form.
All volunteers must fill a waiver form (extras are available at the event).
Directions: Leo Carrillo is off of PCH about 8 miles north of Malibu. If driving north on PCH (coming from the south) you will turn right into the park, if driving south (coming from the north) you will turn left. There will be a sign at the turn-in point directing you in.
Parking: Request a parking pass for the Mountains Restoration Trust/Heal the Bay restoration event at the front gate. We will meet in the main parking lot, orange traffic cones will be set out in front of the meeting spot.