VOLUNTEER DAYS IN THE MUTSUN GARDENS
AMLT has developed two new interpretive native plant gardens to give tribal members a place to steward and harvest edible, medicinal, and useful plants and to share knowledge about native plants with the public. We can always use more volunteers to help us maintain the gardens and we hope you will join us at these upcoming work days.
Pie Ranch, 2080 Cabrillo Hwy, Pescadero MAP
AMLT invites volunteers to join us along the beautiful California coast at Pie Ranch, in a garden which honors the four directions, designed by tribal member Matt Lopez.
Upcoming work days:
August 20, 2016
San Juan Bautista Garden: San Juan Bautista State Historic Park, corner of 2nd St. and Mariposa St., San Juan Bautista MAP
Located adjacent to the San Juan Bautista Mission, this garden holds a special significance for the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band. Join us at this historic site to help native plants and Native people reclaim their place on the land.
Upcoming work days:
July 23, 2016
August 13, 2016
Information for both gardens
- Work days are from 10:30-2:30, but feel free to come and go as needed
- If you are planning to attend a work day, please RSVP to email@example.com so we can communicate any additional details directly to you
- Please bring water, lunch/snacks, clothes that can get dirty, and sun protection when you come for a work day
- Gloves and tools will be provided
- Make sure you sign in when you attend a work day so we can keep track of your volunteer hours and show our appreciation for your hard work
We are grateful for all of our volunteers, to the California State Parks Foundation and The Christensen Fund for supporting our work in the gardens, and for the following businesses and non-profits who donated plants and supplies for the gardens:
Acterra Native Plant Nursery
Arboretum at UC Santa Cruz
Central Coast Wilds Nursery
Elkhorn Native Plant Nursery
Go Native Inc.
Native Revival Nursery
Save the Bay
The Urban Farmer Store
UC Santa Cruz Greenhouses