On Saturday, May 5th, join the Yuba Watershed Institute (YWI) for a day of meadow restoration and education in the ‘Inimim Forest, the San Juan Ridge’s community forest.
Participants will be removing invasive plants and encroaching conifers from a wetland meadow, helping to preserve this special habitat type, which is rare in the Sierra Nevada foothills. There will also be an educational talk on meadow ecology.
Meet at 10 am at the North Columbia Schoolhouse Cultural Center to carpool to the site. Bring a lunch and gloves, and digging forks and loppers (if you have them). For more information, contact Daniel Nicholson at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (530) 575-6192.
This event is part of the first annual Know Your Watershed Week. Check out the link for lots of great activities around the Yuba River watershed and beyond!