Native Species Planting
|Application or Registration Deadline:||06/11/2021|
|Project Date:||Fri, June 11, 2021 9:00 am - 12:00 pm|
|Opportunity Type:||One-Time Volunteer Opportunity|
|Department:||Parks & Open Space|
|Category:||Open Space, Environment, and Gardening|
|Time Commitment & Minimum Age:||All ages welcome|
The newly constructed Corral Trailhead at Heil Valley Ranch was spared significant damage during the Cal-Wood Fire, thankfully. However, this trailhead is need of some “native plant love” to make it more drought tolerant and beautiful! Using native plants in restoration is hugely important for long-term resiliency and ecosystem function. The plant materials we are using for this trailhead rehab were salvaged out of the Peck Native Seed Garden, Boulder County’s in-house native seed production program. This material was originally collected on open space properties, so it’s perfectly fitting to put this material right back onto open space! There may be a little bit of hand-pulling/weed management involved, but the focus of this event is to get these plants in the ground.
Registration is required through Discover Boulder County, Parks & Open Space’s volunteer and event registration system. If you’re new to the system, you’ll need to create an account. But it’s easy and we only use your contact information to communicate about events you register for. We will never sell or give your information to a third party.
PLEASE NOTE: There is a link to the Online Waiver on the Registration page. Please click on this link to sign your waiver before coming to the project.