Join us and make a difference on Tuesday, December 11. Willow planting day on Walker Creek in Marin County!
Walker Creek is a beautiful stream running through a scenic part of western Marin County. It is critical habitat for steelhead trout and coho salmon. Along the Central California coast, steelhead trout are classified as threatened and coho are endangered. Want to make a difference and help the recovery of these iconic species, while having fun with a bunch of like-minded people? Come join us and help plant willows along a section of the creek! Learn how to harvest willow sprigs and plant them. At noontime, we will listen to a presentation on Walker Creek, coho, and efforts being made by the Marin Resource Conservation District, STRAW (Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed), Trout Unlimited, and others to restore this important habitat.
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Bring a sack lunch, sunscreen, hiking shoes, and a water bottle.
Tools and gloves will be provided.
Near the town of Tomales, directions will be provided prior to the event.
Signup is free.