Dune restoration

The Tolowa Dunes Stewards remove the invasive European beach grass from the Tolowa Dunes Lake Earl Wildlife Area.  

The Tolowa Dunes Stewards seeks volunteers for their restoration of the Tolowa Dunes State Park Sunday, Sept. 20 from noon to 4 p.m. 

Meet at the Lake Earl Wildlife Area Information Center at 2591 Old Mill Road.

This is moderate work, working on your knees (or bending over) to remove invasive European beach grass. There is a two-mile roundtrip walk over level, but somewhat uneven ground.

Dress for the weather. Wear layers for wind. Bring water, food and your mask. The Stewards will be socially distancing. Bring your own lightweight gloves and digging trowel, or they can provide sanitized ones for you. 

Due to coronavirus restrictions, only 10 volunteers will be accepted. If interested contact Sandra Jerabek at Jerabek@jeffnet.org call 954-5253.


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