Dune Habitat Restoration
12pm - 4pm
REDWOOD PARKS CONSERVANCY invites the public to join the TOLOWA DUNES STEWARDS from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. for beach grass pulling and dunes habitat restoration at Del Norte County's biggest living, moving sand dune located in Tolowa Dunes State Park.
Pulling out invasive European beach grass is a moderate activity.
Participants should wear sturdy shoes for walking in sand and dress in layers; bring a hat, water, and personal snacks. (We provide gloves, light shovels, and snacks.)
A one-mile walk from the trailhead in Tolowa Dunes State Park leads to the Big Dune through pine forests and coastal meadows. Volunteers will learn about the rare plants that thrive in the moving dune environment.
Meet at the Lake Earl Wildlife Area Information Center
2591 Old Mill Road, Crescent City, California (off Northcrest Drive)
For more information contact the North Coast Redwoods District; firstname.lastname@example.org