Watershed Management Group: River Run Network Restoration Workshop – Tanque Verde Arundo Removal
Come work with WMG staff and other River Run Network volunteers in a beautiful riparian area to remove this invasive species and contribute to the restoration of surface flows and the riparian forest. All of these workshops are outside and including rough terrain. You will be walking and working in sandy, rocky, possibly wet soils, and navigating through riparian environments as well as using tools and moving heavy Arundo stalks.
At each workshop, we will hand out a punch card to new volunteers and punch returning volunteers’ cards to help you keep track of the workshops you’ve been to! Learn more about the prizes for attending workshops and see how much Arundo we have removed with River Run Network volunteers since we started this effort.
This event is organized through WMG’s River Run Network. If you are not yet a member, we will add you to the River Run Network (RRN) when you register for this event. RRN membership is free and gives you access to a variety of virtual, dispersed, and physically distanced events including creek walks, restoration activities, river clean-ups, and free educational workshops.
LOCATION: Tanque Verde Creek/Wentworth Rd
- Audience: Adult
- Genre: Conservation and Sustainability, Field Sciences
- Type: Field Trip/Outdoor Activity, Volunteer Opportunity