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March 5, 2014 (Alpine)--Join Back Country Land Trust & Endangered Habitats Conservancy (EHC) along Alpine Creek for the kick-off of a new volunteer workshop series in 2014.  This first hands-on restoration event will celebrate National Invasive Species Awareness Week as the organizations begin a community-based stream restoration project along this section of Alpine Boulevard by removing non-native & invasive plants from the stream bank along Alpine Creek.

A second workshop event is scheduled for Saturday, May 10. It will focus on erosion control / slope stabilization techniques.

Location: 505 Alpine Boulevard, in Alpine

What to bring: Sturdy shoes, long sleeves & pants. Work gloves recommended.  All tools will be provided by BCLT. 

For more information, email, or call (619) 504-8181.

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