Discuss Fungi and Ocean Friendly Gardening at July 11 TBWC meeting

Learn about about gardening and landscaping techniques to promote healthier watersheds, oceans and beaches at the Trinidad Bay Watershed Council meeting Tuesday, July 11 from 6:30 to 8:30 p. m. at Ned Simmons Gallery behind the Library, 380 Janis Court in Trinidad.

The meeting will kick off with a walk through the Trinidad Museum Native Plant Garden followed by Levon Durr’s presentation and discussion “Integrating Fungi into the Landscape.”

Fungi, bacteria and other microbes are vital yet often overlooked components of natural areas and our gardens. The talk and slideshow “Integrating Fungi into the Landscape,” will cover applications and uses of fungi for soil health, water retention, filtering pollutants and remediation.

“My hope is as this knowledge becomes more mainstream we will see people working together with plants, fungus and bacteria to reduce the levels of toxic sites around the world. Mycoremediation is by no means a silver bullet, but it can be one of many tools for individuals and communities to begin the healing process of addressing our polluted earth,” Durr said.

 

Invasive Knotweed Informational Presentation

Join Redwood Community Action Agency for a presentainvasive knotweedtion regarding current efforts to eradicate this highly aggressive invasive plant from the Trinidad area. Topics to be discussed are site locations, identification, herbicide treatment options, and the Wildlife Conservation Board grant that is funding this eradication effort. For more information email amy@nrsrcaa.org or call 707-269-2055.

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Trinidad Invasive Knotweed Presentation

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Presentation 5 p. m. Tuesday July 19 at Trinidad Town Hall

See listing and flyer in Upcoming Events.

Join Redwood Community Action Agency for a presentation regarding current efforts to eradicate this highly aggressive invasive plant from the Trinidad area. Topics to be discussed are site locations, identification, herbicide treatment options, and the Wildlife Conservation Board grant that is funding this eradication effort. For more information email amy@nrsrcaa.org or call 707-269-2055.

Restoration Work Day at Patrick’s Point State Park

California State Parks invites the public to a restoration work day on Saturday, November 14 from 9:00 a.m. to noon at Patrick’s Point State Park. The restoration work day will involve the removal of invasive, non-native plants such as English ivy. Removing invasive non-native plants is a moderate activity and participants are encouraged to wear sturdy shoes for walking off trail. Gloves and tools are provided but feel free to bring your own. Work locations are less than a ½ mile hike from the meeting location. For more information please contact Michelle Forys at (707) 677-3109 or at Michelle.Forys@parks.ca.gov.

Restoration Work Day at Patricks Point State Park

California State Parks invites the public to a restoration work day on Saturday,  August 8 from 9:00 a.m. to noon at Trinidad State Beach. The restoration work day will focus on the removal of invasive, non-native plants such as English ivy. Removing invasive non-native plants is a moderate activity and participants are encouraged to wear sturdy shoes for walking off trail. Gloves and tools are provided but feel free to bring your own. Work locations are less than a ½ mile hike from the meeting location. For more information please contact Michelle Forys at (707) 677-3109 or at Michelle.Forys@parks.ca.gov.

Restoration Work Day at Patrick’s Point State Park

California State Parks invites the public to a restoration work day on Saturday, July 11 from 9:00 a.m. to noon at Patrick’s Point State Park. The restoration work day will focus on the removal of invasive, non-native plants such as English ivy. Removing invasive non-native plants is a moderate activity and participants are encouraged to wear sturdy shoes for walking off trail. Gloves and tools are provided but feel free to bring your own. Work locations are less than a ½ mile hike from the meeting location. For more information please contact Michelle Forys at (707) 677-3109 or at Michelle.Forys@parks.ca.gov.

Trinidad Coastal Land Trust March Ivy Bash

The Trinidad Coastal Land Trust (TCLT) invites you to their March Ivy Bash. 9am to 1pm, Saturday March 28  at Pilot Point (Big Hill North of Moonstone Beach).   Bring gloves, tools and sturdy shoes.  Some gloves and tools will be available.  Lunch will be provided after the “bash”.  The organizers would like to have a head count, so if you plan to go, please RSVP at (707) 834-4499.  See the attached flyer for more details. TCLT March Ivy Bash Flyer

This will be TCLT’s second work day to remove invasive ivy from the Land Trusts most treasured, and unknown, properties. “We accomplished a lot on our first day two weeks ago!  We hope you can make it or at least support our efforts to preserve the biological integrity of our properties and easements. It is quite the battle!” said Steen Trump, Trinidad Coastal Land Trust Board Trustee.  For more details, call Steen at (707) 834-4499.

Pilot Point is the Land Trust’s largest landholding located at the north end of Moonstone Beach with beautiful Two Creek running through it. Pilot Point is a property dedicated to the conservation of native flora and fauna and is a research area for Humboldt State University. Its southern slopes are home to the increasingly rare mountain beaver, a large (and some think cute) nocturnal rodent unrelated to the true beaver.

Restoration Work Day Saturday March 14

California State Parks invites the public to a restoration work day on Saturday, March 14 from 9:00 a.m. to noon at Patrick’s Point State Park. The restoration work day will focus on the removal of invasive, non-native plants such as English ivy. Removing invasive non-native plants is a moderate activity and participants are encouraged to wear sturdy shoes for walking off trail. Gloves and tools are provided but feel free to bring your own. Work locations are less than a ½ mile hike from the meeting location. For more information please contact Michelle Forys at (707) 677-3109 or at Michelle.Forys@parks.ca.gov.

Patricks Point Restoration Work Day March 14

California State Parks invites the public to a restoration work day on Saturday, March 14 from 9:00 a.m. to noon at Patrick’s Point State Park. For more information please contact Michelle Forys at (707) 677-3109 or at Michelle.Forys@parks.ca.gov. The restoration work day will focus on the removal of invasive, non-native plants such as English ivy. Removing invasive non-native plants is a moderate activity and participants are encouraged to wear sturdy shoes for walking off trail. Gloves and tools are provided but feel free to bring your own. Work locations are less than a ½ mile hike from the meeting location.