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Community Events and Volunteer Opportunities (Winter 2020)

California Native Plant Society field trips
  • February 8th, Ferns of Fall Creek hike

California Native Plant Society volunteer events
  • February 1st
  • February 15th

Groundswell Coastal Ecology volunteer events
  • Mondays 9am-12:30pm, Seabright Community Restoration Day
  • Fridays 9am-4:30pm, Groundswell Volunteer Restoration Fridays

Coastal Watershed Council events and volunteer days
  • February 1st, Beach Flats Neighborhood Cleanup
  • February 8th, River Health Day, Ocean's 11 Neighborhood Cleanup
  • February 29th, State of the San Lorenzo River Symposium 2020
  • March 14th, River Health Day
  • April 18th, Commemorating the Flood of '55
  • April 18th, Earth Day Santa Cruz Celebration

Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History
  • February 7th, Fungus Pop-Up
  • February 20th, Mushrooms and Community Science ($4 admission fee)
  • Every 4th Saturday: Geology talk and rock identification ($4 admission fee)

UC Santa Cruz sustainability events
  • February 6th, 9th, March 5th, 8th, 19th, 22nd, April 2nd, 5th, 16th, 26th, Younger Lagoon Reserve Tour
  • February 15th, March 14th, Community Science: Winter Phenology Walks ($5 admission fee)

Press Coverage

- Central Coast Wilds was highlighted by 90.3 kazu in their coverage of the 2018 drought.

- Ecological Concerns was featured in the Los Altos Patch for the ribbon cutting of our completion of riparian ecological restoration at Edith Park in The Town of Los Altos Hills along Adobe Creek.                           

- Los Altos Town Crier featured Ecological Concerns for their work teaching students environmental stewardship and restoration practices along Adobe Creek at Edith Park.


CCW 2019 Newsletters, 2020 Newsletters, and 2021 Newsletters :  See "News Articles" above

CCW Summer 2014 Newsletter  Rainwater Irrigation for Green Roofs, Sambucus, Valley Transit Authority Awards ECI Mitigation Maintenance Contract

CCW Winter 2014 Newsletter :  Steven's Creek Restoration, Prunus ilicifolia, Achieving Net Zero Water Use 

CCW Summer 2013 Newsletter : Navy Supported Rare Plant Survey, Lower Silver Creek Restoration, Oak Woodland Grasses

CCW Spring 2013 Newsletter: Hazelnut, ECI Saves Builder $60,000, Edith Park Restoration, San Jose All Native Median Design

CCW Winter 2012 Newsletter : Central Coast Lupines, Winter Coastal Prairies & California Ginseng

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CCW Fall 2012 Newsletter : Juncus patens, Farmscaping with Native Plants, & ALBA Habitat Restoration

 CCW Spring 2012 Newsletter : Yerba Buena, Landscape Design Team Expands & Edith Park Restoration

CCW Spring 2011 Newsletter : Woodland Strawberry, Bioswales & Rain Gardens for Stormwater Management 

CCW Winter 2011 Newsletter : Huckleberry & Native Plant Dormant Season Pruning


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