Mount Diablo State Park is one of the ecological treasures of the San Francisco Bay Area. The Mount Diablo Interpretive Association is a non-profit volunteer organization which assists in maintaining and interpreting the park for its visitors and wildlife. The MDIA is in need of volunteer support to help remove and clean over 50 identified clean up sites, many consisting of barbed wire fencing from past ranching days that are harming and killing local wildlife. The objective of making the Park more beautiful, plus reducing wildlife and human hazards, can be accomplished with your support.
Name of Event: Kiwanis One Day Project
Date: April 10, 2010
Location: Mt Diablo State Park. Meet at Camp Juniper, near Park’s Summit.
Event max # of Volunteers: 50
Contact: Eric Leffler
Contact Email: email@example.com
Contact Phone: 925-692-2344
Age Restrictions: Ages 10 and up, with parent supervision
Type of Work: Manual labor, light to moderately strenuous
Attire: Lightweight layers, long pants, comfortable hiking/walking shoes
Items to Bring: Hat, sunblock. All tools and gloves will be provided.
Meals Provided: Lunch will be provided in the Camp Juniper Picnic Area after the project. Great views of the Bay Area included!
Beverages Provided: Yes