We will be offering a very unique workshop, sponsored by the Garber Park Stewards, which isn’t available anywhere else.  Golden Hour Restoration Institute uses restoration techniques that reuse resources found on-site.  In the case of this project site in Oakland, California, many native plants are well established and thriving in large colonies.  We will talk about how to decide if transplanting is appropriate, how its done, and how to monitor success.

Garber2-21-2011 185Our workshop will take place at Garber Park where we are supporting the work of the City of Oakland.  Measure DD money has been allocated to help restore portions of Harwood Creek and our goal is to make that effort more successful.

Please RSVP at garberparkstewards@gmail.com and join us on January 19th in Oakland (Space is limited to reduce impact on the site).  Come prepared to learn and work.  Bring gloves, water, and any personal hand tools you may own.

More information in the flyer here.GPS-GH passive restoration workshop flyer jpg  (Click to make the flyer larger)

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