Save The Bay and Marin County Parks continues a multiyear partnership to restore wetland habit and increase the Bay Area’s total wetland acreage! This is the final day of Save the Bay’s Annual Winter Planting Festival and the partnership needs your help to reach our planting goals. Help us get our native plants into the ground when their chance of survival is at its peak. Late fall rains loosen soil and continuing rains throughout winter will hydrate our plants, allowing them to grow big and strong. Be a part of our team as we cross the finish line of this solstice event and work towards Save The Bay’s goal of planting 30,000 native plants this season.
No experience is necessary. Gloves, tools, and instruction provided. Due to the sensitive nature of the restoration site, space is limited and registration is required. Please follow this hyperlink to register online: https://www.savesfbay.org/secure/final-day-winter-planting-festival-creekside-park-marin-co. If you need more information, please contact Natalie LaKeidan at bayevents@saveSFbay.org or (510) 463-6809.
The restoration site is Creekside Marsh, adjacent to Hal Brown Park in Greenbrae. Directions: From Highway 101 in Larkspur, take exit 450B for Sir Francis Drake Blvd west approximately 1.3 miles, turn left at Bon Air Rd and follow approximately 0.5 miles to Hal Brown Park at Creekside (on the right). Parking is available along the street.