|Close Date||Jan 17, 2015 12:00am or when space runs out.|
|Shared With||Pease Park Conservancy|
|Age Limit||Family Friendly|
Help us plant 1,000 tree seedlings at the bamboo removal and habitat restoration project site on the trail near Gaston Avenue. Shoal Creek Conservancy has joined forces with Pease Park Conservancy and the City of Austin Urban Forestry Program to recruit 100 people on this day. Please RSVP. And contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a large group that would like to get involved.
What to Expect: We will plant 1,000 native tree seedlings along the Shoal Creek trail. This volunteer workday is part of a larger project to remove invasive bamboo and restore native habitat at the site.
Rain Plan: This event will take place in light rain and cold weather as we don't want to miss the perfect time to plant seedlings (winter months). If there is a driving rain, please check this website, your email and Facebook to see if the event will be rescheduled.
Please register so that we can make sure we have plenty of tools, tacos and shirts for everyone. Thanks!
Look forward to seeing you there!
Please bring a FILLED bottle of water. We also recommend wearing sturdy closed-toed shoes and older clothes you don't mind getting dirty.
|Perks||Cirrus Logic is graciously providing breakfast tacos for all volunteers. Shoal Creek Conservancy is providing coffee and t-shirts as well.|
|Parking Details||Parking is available just south of the project site at the Shoal Creek trail dog park parking lot, located south of the intersection of Gaston Avenue and Shoal Creek Boulevard (roughly 2700 Shoal Creek Blvd. on Google Maps). After parking, walk north on the trail to the tree planting site. You'll see a large group right on the left side of the trail.|
50 Positions Filled | 32 Impacts | 93 Hours