When: Sat., March 12, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 2022
The North Coast Redwoods District of the California State Parks invites the public to join Natural Resource volunteers on Saturday, March 12th from 9am to noon at Sue-meg State Park for a habitat restoration volunteer event. Meet at the Mussel Rock parking lot- look for volunteer event signs. Day use fee is waived for volunteers. We will be removing an invasive, non-native species, English ivy, from the beautiful Sitka spruce forests. Next to habitat loss, invasive non-native species are the greatest threat to maintaining natural diversity. Removing invasive species is a moderate activity and participants are encouraged to wear sturdy shoes and long pants for walking off trail, a hat, work gloves, and bring water. We have extra gloves and tools for volunteers. Work locations are less than a ½ mile hike from the trailhead. All participants will receive one free day use pass to Sue-meg State Park (formerly known as Patrick’s Point State Park). All ages welcome. Heavy winds or rain will cancel the event. Contact Katrina Henderson at or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.