Rose Creek Native Plant Garden Work Party (final for now)
August 13, 2022 - 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Pacific Beach CA 92109
Rose Creek Native Plant Garden Work Party
Join us for Native Plant Gardening on the second Saturday of every month from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Please bring your own drinking water and snacks.
Our activities will vary throughout the year. For August we will be focusing on watering recently planted natives. To help out, please bring a few gallons of tap water in containers you will take home with you!
Meet behind the Rose Creek Cottage 2525 Garnet Ave in Pacific Beach. Park on Fogg Street just South of Garnet.
Join the Friends of Rose Creek on the Second Saturday of every month from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. while we enhance the native plant garden behind Rose Creek Cottage.
Enjoy weeding, watering, removing invasive non-native plants and trash, and planting native species (fall and winter months) and get involved with your creek and your community. Easy one to two hours project – great for children of all ages.
All volunteers under the age of 13 must have a parent or guardian with them.
Perfect for community service credit hours. Please wear sunscreen, closed-toe shoes, and a hat. Volunteers should bring water and heavy-duty work or gardening gloves. More information Karin 858-405-7503 or via email.
Heavy rain cancels. Drizzle means we work. To RSVP or for more information email info at saverosecreek dot org
Please check the calendar a day before the event to insure that it is still happening. Get out and spend some time with your creek!
In the State of California, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency is the lead agency on managing the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit their Public Health Services website for the latest information. If you attend a Friends of Rose Creek event, and are diagnosed with COVID-19 within 14 days after the event, please let us know so we can let the other volunteers know.
* Part of the Rose Creek Wetlands & Salt Marsh Restoration and Nature Education Preserve project by The Nature Institute begun in the 1990s. New habitat restoration supported by The Nature Institute, San Diego Earthworks, The Friends of Rose Creek, and the City of San Diego Environmental Services Dept