Invasive plant and trash removal project
Roseville, CA- Join Dry Creek Conservancy (DCC) and Valley Foothill Watersheds Collaborative (VFWC) as a volunteer to help restore Secret Ravine, a favorite local creeks.
On Saturday March 7th from 9am – noon DCC/VFWC staff and other watershed stewards including students from Granite Bay High School will lead an invasive plant removal and trash removal project along a section of Secret Ravine located behind the United Artist Theater in Roseville. VFWC will be coordinating this event as part of the City of Roseville’s Adopt-A-Creek Program and it is part of a series of planned watershed restoration projects throughout the City annually during the months of Oct., Nov., Feb., Mar., and Apr.
The volunteer check in and meeting location is behind the United Artist theaters at 520 N Sunrise Ave, Roseville, CA 95661. Go to the bottom of the sloping parking lot. Onsite volunteer registration will begin at 8:45. Safety talk beginnings shortly after 9 am.
What to wear: Long pants, t-shirt/camping shirt (long sleeve is preferable) you may want to layer, hat and waterproof boots/waders or water shoes are helpful but not required. Wear closed toed shoes that you don’t mind getting wet and or muddy.
Weather Forecast: Willl be updated as the event date approaches
What to bring: Sunscreen, sunglasses, reusable water bottle, and work gloves if you have them.
Participants age 14 and above are welcome. Youth who are under 16 must be accompanied by parent/guardian and those that are 16-17 must have their parent/guardian sign the participant waiver. If you need a waiver emailed the event organizer ([email protected])
Please share this information with your friends, family neighbors and if you can’t join us this Saturday check back for information on another upcoming event.