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April 2021

From Hell Strip to Habitat: How to Install a Sidewalk Habitat Garden

April 24 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am

Join us on Instagram live on April 24 to witness the installation of a community sidewalk garden! Register Here / Regístrese Aquí Learn from our experts about techniques for transforming underwhelming sidewalk strips into vibrant drought-tolerant habitat gardens. We'll talk you through the steps involved, the materials and tools you will need, which plants are adapted for our Mediterranean climate, and how to keep your garden looking good all year long. Follow and join us on Instagram Live on April…

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May 2021

Teacher Workshop: Watershed Education in our Urban Ecosystem

May 20 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The Watershed Project's education team is giving a virtual workshop for teachers in partnership with Community Resources for Science! Our Ecosystem, Our Community: Greening Urban Watersheds is a hands-on, flexible middle school curriculum. Students explore biodiversity and interdependence in their own urban ecosystem, test green infrastructure models, and create pollinator habitat. Teachers will walk through the lessons, try out some of the activities (games, journaling, mindfulness), learn and share tips and tricks for leading activities with students, and brainstorm ways…

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August 2021

Wildcat Creek Cleanup Day 1

August 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Watershed Project is conducting a trash assessment in Wildcat Creek in North Richmond! A trash assessment is a type of cleanup that includes measuring the amount and type of trash in a given area. We will need extra hands to help remove trash from the creek--volunteers should be physically able to navigate uneven, sloped terrain and lift and carry objects. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Paula White at paula@thewatershedproject.org.

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Wildcat Creek Cleanup Day 2

August 7 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Watershed Project is conducting a trash assessment in Wildcat Creek in North Richmond! A trash assessment is a type of cleanup that includes measuring the amount and type of trash in a given area. We will need extra hands to help remove trash from the creek--volunteers should be physically able to navigate uneven, sloped terrain and lift and carry objects. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Paula White at paula@thewatershedproject.org.

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September 2021

Coastal Cleanup Day 2021

September 18 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Albany Watershed Cleanup and Brand Audit–Memorial Park

September 25 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Memorial Park, Memorial Park, 1325 Portland Ave.
Albany, 94706 United States

REGISTER HERE Stop single use plastic! Join The Watershed Project in cleaning up plastic trash and calling out the companies that made it! About this event Date and Time : Saturday, September 25, 9am-12 pm Location: Memorial Park, 1325 Portland Ave., Albany, CA Fun and educational activities include: Cleanup and data collection using data cards or the Clean Swell app Trash sorting game and advocacy to stop plastic pollution All cleanup supplies are provided, but you are encouraged to bring your own…

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Albany Watershed Cleanup and Brand Audit–Ocean View Park

September 25 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Ocean View Park, Ocean View Park Picnic Area, 900 Buchanan St
Albany, CA 94706 United States

REGISTER HERE Stop single use plastic! Join The Watershed Project in cleaning up plastic trash and calling out the companies that made it! About this event Date and Time : Saturday, September 25, 9am-12 pm Location: Ocean View Park Picnic Area, 900 Buchanan St., Albany, CA Fun and educational activities include: Cleanup and data collection using data cards or the Clean Swell app Trash sorting game and advocacy to stop plastic pollution All cleanup supplies are provided, but you are encouraged to…

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