Saturday, April 30, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Join Grey Hayes on Saturday April 30 in one of the treasured greenspaces in the City of Santa Cruz. Grey will show you some of our beautiful coastal terrace prairie, oak woodland and redwood forest. Stands of Stipa pulchra, Danthonia californica, Calochortus uniflorus, and Brodiaea terrestris are among some of the treasures to be seen. Hike will be easy to moderate. Bring water, layers, sunscreen, hat, and a lunch. Meet at the end of Golf Club Drive. Heavy rain cancels.
If you have questions about the trip, contact Deanna Giuliano at or (831)278-2699.

Other Events

Saturday, April 23, 2022 10 am to 1 pm
Location to be determined

Saturday, May 7, 2022 10 am to 1 pm
Location to be determined

More Info

Some weekday projects in April and May may be added. Contact Linda Brodman by phone or email if you are interested in coming out for a listed date, project, or want to volunteer in the future.
We are a volunteer group working to restore native habitat in the parks and protected lands in Santa Cruz County. Our program provides an opportunity for people to learn about the natural systems that surround them while helping to restore special and wild places. No prior work experience is necessary, just show up at the park.
We welcome individual volunteers from 8 to 80 years, as well as special group projects. Wear comfortable layered clothing, bring something to drink, and lots of enthusiasm! We work rain or shine, but if things get particularly unpleasant, we call it a day. Tools provided; bring gloves.
Contact: Program Leader, Linda Brodman (831)462-4041,

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