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2016 Events

Volunteer Restoration Day in Niles - February 20

Join us for an upcoming workday at at our adopted restoration site along Alameda Creek in Niles, on Saturday, February 20th, from 10 am to noon. We’ll plant more native trees and shrubs, weed and maintain areas that have been planted by previous volunteers, and pick up trash along the creek. Our restoration work at this site will help stabilize soils and stream banks, provide cooling shade, filter pollutants, and improve food and shelter for wildlife. Come learn about the creek and the natural community it supports!

We’ll meet at the Niles Staging Area parking lot and walk a few hundred yards upstream to our adopted site. Wear work clothes, including long pants and sturdy shoes that can get dirty. A long-sleeve shirt and hat are recommended. We’ll provide gloves, waste bags, litter grabbers, water, and a snack. Please bring your own reusable water bottle to fill. Heavy rain cancels. RSVP to Ralph Boniello, Ralph@alamedacreek.org.

Livermore BioBlitz - February

In February the ACA will participate in a BioBlitz around Livermore - a biological survey of local plants and animals, pairing scientists and naturalists with volunteers. More details soon.

Volunteer Restoration Day in Niles - March 19

Join us for an upcoming workday at at our adopted restoration site along Alameda Creek in Niles, on Saturday, March 19th, from 10 am to noon. We’ll plant more native trees and shrubs, weed and maintain areas that have been planted by previous volunteers, and pick up trash along the creek. Our restoration work at this site will help stabilize soils and stream banks, provide cooling shade, filter pollutants, and improve food and shelter for wildlife. Come learn about the creek and the natural community it supports!

We’ll meet at the Niles Staging Area parking lot and walk a few hundred yards upstream to our adopted site. Wear work clothes, including long pants and sturdy shoes that can get dirty. A long-sleeve shirt and hat are recommended. We’ll provide gloves, waste bags, litter grabbers, water, and a snack. Please bring your own reusable water bottle to fill. Heavy rain cancels. RSVP to Ralph Boniello, Ralph@alamedacreek.org.

Sunol Wildflower Festival - April 9

More info soon