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July 2019

July Second Saturday on the Richmond Greenway

July 13 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Join us for a fun morning of gardening, mulching, and planting!  We will be working between 17th-19th streets on the Richmond Greenway, near Unity Park. The best place to park is on 20th Street at the Greenway. Tools, gloves, water and snacks will be provided. Please bring a reusable water bottle. Wear sturdy shoes and be prepared to get dirty if not a little muddy! This is a great event for community service hours or school groups. If under 18, parent…

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September 2019

Coastal Cleanup Day at Wildcat Creek near Verde Elementary School

September 18 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
North Richmond Ball Park, 1898 Fred Jackson Way
Richmond, 94801 United States

Join The Watershed Project for the Coastal Cleanup Day event at Wildcat Creek! We will be removing plastic trash and other debris from Wildcat Creek downstream of the Giaramita Street bridge. Volunteers should bring gloves, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, long pants, and sturdy shoes or boots.  All supplies will be provided by the District; water and refreshments will be provided. For more information contact paula@thewatershedproject.org Meet at the Lucky A's Ballfield on Fred Jackson Way.

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35th Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day at Albany Beach and Bulb

September 21 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Albany Beach & Bulb, 1 Buchanan Street
Albany, CA 94706

REGISTER HERE Come join The Watershed Project staff for Coastal Cleanup Day, the state’s largest shoreline cleanup project.  On this international day of action, volunteers are needed to remove massive amounts of debris that accumulates on our beaches and inland shorelines. Together, we can help protect marine habitat and beautify our beaches. Bring your families and friends. All materials are provided, but bring your own reusable items- plastic baskets, bags, gloves and water bottles- if you can. Sand sifters are…

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35th Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day at Shimada Friendship Park

September 21 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Shimada Friendship Park, Peninsula Drive and Marina Bay Pkwy
Richmond, CA United States

REGISTER HERE Come join The Watershed Project staff for Coastal Cleanup Day, the state’s largest shoreline cleanup project. On this international day of action, volunteers are needed to remove massive debris that accumulates on our beaches and inland shorelines. Together, we can help protect marine habitat. Bring your families and friends. Volunteers will walk the Bay Trail and the edge of the salt marsh picking up trash and debris.  All materials are provided, but bring your own reusable items- plastic…

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October 2019

Please join us to help tend  our new rain gardens!

October 12 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Booker T. Anderson Community Center, 960 S. 47th Street
Richmond, CA 94804 United States

Please join us to help tend  our new rain gardens! We will be working at Booker T. Anderson Park , 960 S. 47th. St., Richmond,: come learn  how our rain gardens protect Baxter Creek and provide beautiful native habitat. Tools, gloves, water and snacks provided. Students can earn community service hours. For more information and to download our waiver if a minor will be attending click here: TWP Booker T Anderson Waiver 2019-20 Contact Sharon Gibbons (sharon@thewatershedproject.org) for more information.…

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November 2019

Tree planting in North Richmond

November 2 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Join The Watershed Project in planting trees in North Richmond! Wear sturdy shoes, work clothes, sunscreen and/or a hat. Refreshments and water provided, but please bring a reusable water bottle if you have one.

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Moonlight Oyster Monitoring – 11/12

November 12 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Point Pinole Regional Shoreline, 5551 Giant Highway
Richmond, CA 94806 United States
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Calling all oyster enthusiasts! It’s that time of year again – time to get out on the mudflats and monitor oysters at Point Pinole Regional Shoreline. Over the course of several years, volunteers built 100 reef balls which were deployed in 2013 as substrate for the native Olympia oyster. Twice a year we go out and survey everything that's growing on the reef balls, from algae to oysters and other invertebrates. Due to the tide schedule in the fall we’ll…

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