Join Friends of Five Creeks on their annual trip to another restoration area — this year Sat., Feb. 13, at beautiful Muir Beach, the mouth of Redwood Creek in Marin County, a major project of the Golden Gate National Park and its Conservancy. Former EB MUD ranger Bob Flasher will lead us in restoring habitat in the morning. After picnic lunch, environmental artist Zach Pine will lead us making environmental art and balancing rocks on the beach. (See Zach’s projects here.) We’ll also have directions for short self-guided walks for those who want to explore, including glimpses of local food production at Slide Ranch and the Zen Center’s Green Gulch Farm.
The program will run from 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM (carpools leave Berkeley about 8:30 AM). Please plan to dress in layers, with rain boots or shoes that can get wet (a change of footwear is a good idea). We’ll work in a drizzle, but heavy rain cancels.
Please let us know you’re coming by Feb. 8 at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510 848 9358, so we can arrange carpools!