Brad Marciniec, who volunteered with us numerous times the past few months, is now on another, crazy cool volunteering gig, in Redwood National Park. He kindly sent a few pictures to share. Enough to stir up the ol' travelin' jones. Thanks, Brad!
On our last Saturday brush pile burn of spring, we worked close by our last two work sites at Spears, cutting and burning more of the abundant Spears honeysuckle. Margaret and Diana took the lead in Joe's absence; Tyrone and Kevin thinned trees on the slope above our work site.
Paddock Woods April 26
Our first official garlic mustard pull of the season. Some stewards on the north branch say their GM population is minimal. We found plenty; enough to keep four of us busy. We even saved some for coming workdays.
The rest of the group sprayed honeysuckle re-sprouts and burned some downed stuff a short walk south. Best news: we all stayed dry this time.