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California State Parks invites volunteers to Patrick’s Point State Park for a habitat restoration volunteer event. All participants will receive one free day use pass to the park. Please ask the entrance station attendant for that day’s work site. Removing invasive, non-native plants is a moderate activity and participants are encouraged to wear sturdy shoes ... Read moreFind out more »
The focus of this volunteer event is removing litter from the roadsides and turnouts along Scenic Drive in Trinidad. The group meet at the cul de sac parking area at the far south end of Scenic Drive. Sign in starts at 8:45 am and cleanup at 9 am. Volunteers gather for agroup photo and raffle ... Read moreFind out more »
Learn the stories rocks can tell, led by Danny O’Shea, HSU Geology and Oceanography Lecturer. Danny is skilled at helping students of all levels relate to and understand the processes that shape the coast and create the dramatic landscapes we enjoy. Dress for the weather and enjoy this introduction to the geology and habitats of ... Read moreFind out more »
You never know what you'll find on your work table at a SCRAP Humboldt workshop. Enjoy an afternoon of creative recycling and reuse with family and friends. SCRAP Humboldt is a local nonprofit that diverts tons of usable materials from our local waste stream each year and makes them available to artists, do-it-yourselfers, kids, and ... Read moreFind out more »
The Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway in northern Humboldt County, which is compared to the Avenue of the Giants for sheer redwood beauty, will close the first Saturday of each month to motorized traffic from February to May. Park rangers invite everyone to bike, hike or walk their dog along the ten-mile road, which meanders ... Read moreFind out more »
Join dedicated locals and naturalists as they weed out encroaching European beachgrass, which has displaced native species for decades. The remediation is intended to help protect rare plants and animals, such as coastal wildflowers and Western Snowy Plovers. To reach the beach, five miles north of McKinleyville on Hwy 101, take the Crannell Road exit ... Read moreFind out more »