Thursday, May 8, 2008

May 17th Habitat Restoration at Coal Oil Point Reserve

Hello Restoration Volunteers!

Come join us this Saturday, May 17th from 9am-12 noon for a Habitat Restoration
Workday at Coal Oil Point Reserve. Coal Oil Point Reserve is a 170-acre nature
reserve owned by UC Natural Reserve system, and located just west of Isla Vista.
The Reserve is an ecologically important area that is home to a number of
endangered and threatened species, including the Western Snowy Plover. This
Saturday we will be improving habitat by removing non-native plants, and
maintaining previously planted areas. This is a great opportunity for all
community members who want to improve water quality and the local habitat for
all the critters that live here!

If you plan to join us please RSVP to Tara Longwell at
to receive directions to our meeting spot. We strongly suggest carpooling to
cut down on the number of cars on site! Tools, gloves, water, and snacks will
be provided.

Hope to see you there!
Tara Longwell
Tara Longwell
Reserve Steward
Coal Oil Point Reserve
UC Santa Barbara
Natural Reserve System

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