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Trinidad State Beach Work Day

When: Sat., April 9, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 2022

The North Coast Redwoods District of the California State Parks invites the public to join on Saturday, April 9th from 9am to noon at Trinidad State Beach for an invasive species removal volunteer work day. Meet at the picnic area parking lot in Trinidad (just north of Trinidad School, off Stagecoach Road). We will be removing invasive, non-native species, such as 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. 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 (707) 502-9256 or katrina.henderson@parks.ca.gov with any questions.

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