Photo at right: Another work party of community volunteers gathered at the Bluffs on February 3, 2007 to help the City plant close to two hundred natives near the Bailard parking area as well as put in, amidst the line of Tamarisks to the west, 7 Sycamore saplings propagated from cuttings made from Carpinteria’s historic Portola Sycamore.
Want to get involved in helping to restore the Bluffs’ native plant communities? If you are a high school student, this is a great way to earn community service hours.
You are invited to join us at one of our weeding parties, held the first Saturday of each month. We meet at the Bailard Ave parking lot at 1 p.m. Be sure to bring water, sun protection, gloves, and shovels and clippers (if you have them). For more information, please contact Andrea at (805) 684-8077 or by email at email@example.com.
You can learn more about the Carpinteria Bluffs Management Plan and other on-going stewardship issues regarding this special coastal land by attending the regular meetings of the City of Carpinteria’s Bluffs Advisory Board, a volunteer board created to advise the City on all Bluffs-related matters. For meeting dates and times, please contact Matt Roberts, Director of Parks and Recreation, City of Carpinteria, (805) 684-5405, extension 449.
Photo at left: Max Engelsiepen, Anthony Tornello, and Andy Wills planting one of the Sycamore saplings propagated from cuttings made from Carpinteria’s historic Portola Sycamore.