Tennessee Valley Nursery needs help transplanting Seedlings

The Tennessee Valley Nursery needs your help!

Thursday, Mar 29, 2012  |  Updated 7:08 PM PDT
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Join in efforts to restore native habitat in the Golden Gate National Parks. The Tennessee Valley Nursery grows plants for over a dozen restoration sites in the park from Olema to the Marin Headlands. Our dedicated volunteers also help improve habitat by removing invasive plants from our restoration sites. As a volunteer, you will learn about local native species and the importance of restoration ecology. Activities include invasive plant removal, winter planting, transplanting seedlings, pruning, and seed collection.

Register Here!

Individuals and Families

Drop-in individuals are welcome.

Registration is not required for participation.


Groups

Groups of five or more may require special arrangements. Fill out the Group Project Request Form or contact us for more information. Group projects must be confirmed in advance. Visit our Group Volunteers page for more details and to learn about activity types and project locations.

Age, Skills, What to Bring:

Volunteers ages 15 and up are welcome.
Bring your volunteer waiver. Volunteers under the age of 18 must have the parent/guardian approval section signed.
Please wear clothes that can get dirty, long pants, closed-toe shoes, layers for changing weather, and rain gear if necessary. Also, bring a personal water bottle, sunscreen, and lunch.
No experience necessary. Training and tools will be provided. Fulfills community service requirements.
 

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