Join the Friends of Tierrasanta Canyons for a special day of learning and volunteering! Participants will join a local nature expert for a nature walk and then help to plant native oak trees. This hands-on opportunity will include chances to explore a local ecosystem, dig, plant, water, and mulch. By replanting one of our local urban canyons, you can help to beautify an outdoor recreation area, restore habit for wildlife, reduce the risk of erosion, and enhance filtration for run-off water before it reaches the San Diego River.
Hosted by: Friends of Tierrasanta Canyons
Age Recommendation: Ages 10+
Date & Time: Saturday, March 10, 2018 from 8 am – 11 am
Location: Shepherd Canyon (5951 Antigua Blvd, San Diego, CA 92124)
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Community service hours available for this activity.