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Sat 9/28: Coastal Habitat Restoration

When: Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, 9 a.m. to noon

Where: Dog Beach Ocean Beach, West Point Loma Boulevard and Voltaire Street, San Diego

Cost: Free

Age limit: All ages

Description: <p>Spend your Saturday morning soaking up the sunshine and coastal breeze while you help save and restore one of the last remaining Coastal Dune and Wetland Habitats in San Diego! Over 95% of these habitat areas no longer exist in California. Home to many endangered birds, fish and mammals this area needs your help to remain as a viable habitat area. An educational walking tour will be included! Activities Include: &bull;Invasive plant removal &bull;Native plant rescue &bull;Watering and care of recent plantings &bull;Trail maintenance &bull;Litter removal &bull;An educational nature walk Details: &bull;This event is open to volunteers of all ages, but volunteers under the age of 16 must come with an adult. &bull;All tools and supplies are provided. &bull;No experience necessary. &bull;Community service hours can be verified. &bull;Be sure to dress in clothes that can get a little dirty and wear closed-toe shoes, no sandals or flip-flops allowed for safety reasons. &bull;Bring plenty of water and sun protection. Location: Volunteers will meet in the grassy area just inside the Dog Beach parking lot in Ocean Beach at the western end of Voltaire Ave. RSVP Required. For more info or to RSVP call 619.297.7380 or email</p>

Source: SD Reader

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