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4 EVENTS: Saturday-June 09, 2012

Event Title Bass Lake Spring Clean
Contact: Linda Sadler sadlergraphics@sti.net N/A
Sponsor: Various
Location: Bass Lake, CA 93604
Where to Meet: Recreation Point Picnic Area
Start/End Dates: 6/9/2012--6/9/2012
Start/End Times: 09:00 AM--01:00 PM
Description: Litter pick around Bass Lake, California Land Management provides gloves, garbage bags, BBQ lunch. For all age groups, great family fun.



Event Title BASS LAKE Spring Clean
Contact: Linda Sadler sadlergraphics@sti.net N/A
Sponsor: Various
Location: Bass Lake, CA 93604
Where to Meet: Recreation Point Picnic Area
Start/End Dates: 6/9/2012--6/9/2012
Start/End Times: 09:00 AM--01:00 PM
Description: Litter pick around Bass Lake. California Land Management provides garbage bags, gloves, BBQ lunch. Fun day for all ages, families especially while cleaning up our environment.



Event Title Forester Creek Cleanup in Santee
Contact: Richard Dhu richard@sandiegoriver.org 619.297.7380
Sponsor: Various
Location: Santee, CA 92071
Where to Meet: Santee Public Works building at 9534 Via Zapador in Santee.
Start/End Dates: 6/9/2012--6/9/2012
Start/End Times: 09:00 AM--12:00 PM
Description: East County Volunteers Wanted! Even if you don’t live in East County but you care about clean, trash free waterways we still need your help at Forester Creek in Santee. Forester Creek is a tributary of the San Diego River. After each rainstorm trash and debris washes down the creek to the San Diego River and ultimately to the ocean. Please help us as we prevent trash from washing into the river and create a healthy habitat for the plants and animals that call Forester Creek home. No experience necessary, all tools and supplies provided. Community service hours can be verified for those that need them. Participants are asked to wear sturdy clothing that can get a little dirty and also wear closed shoes. Hat and sunscreen are recommended. Groups and people of all ages are welcomed to help. Volunteers will meet at the Santee Public Works building at 9534 Via Zapador in Santee. For more information Please call Richard at 619.297.7380 or email richard@sandiegoriver.org



Event Title Invasive Plant Removal
Contact: Christina deMariano christina_demariano@nps.gov 703-289-2545
Sponsor: NPS
Location: Arlington, VA 22101
Where to Meet: Arlington House--The Robert E. Lee Memorial
Start/End Dates: 6/9/2012--6/9/2012
Start/End Times: 09:30 AM--11:45 AM
Description: Project Description
Join our team in identifying non-native plant species that are negatively affecting our National Parks. Reduce the threat of non-native invasive plants, protect rare species and restore the biological and cultural integrity to Park Service lands. Invasive plant removal requires walking on uneven and rocky terrain, and using hand tools (hand-saws, bow-saws, loppers, or hand-clippers) to cut invasive plants. Additional physical demands include the use of shovels and trowels while planting native plants, hauling excess debris, and standing for prolonged periods. Please wear working clothing (long sleeve and boots, etc.), we will provide tools and gloves but feel free to bring your own. Date - every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month Time - 9:30am till 11:45pm.

Directions
Arlington House is located inside Arlington National Cemetery. From Washington DC you can drive to the cemetery by crossing the Memorial Bridge. In Virginia access to the cemetery is from the George Washington Memorial Parkway.

Parking is available if RSVP thursday before the Saturday event to NPS contact





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