Usal Work Week: Want to Help Make Usal Beach Look a Little Bit Better?

This is a press release from the Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive Association:

The Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive Association is holding an event to improve the care of Usal Beach, while keeping its wild beauty and respecting its natural and human communities. We will be coordinating work days to repair/clean facilities and do campground clean up, vegetation restoration (cutting invasive ivy stems from trees), and trail work the week of Tuesday August 22 through Saturday August 26. We will have a camp cook, with meals and snacks for those who join the work. Bring your own camping equipment if camping. Additional kitchen and camp help will of course be appreciated. Work will be casual enough that visitors to Usal Beach will be welcomed, but focused enough to significantly improve the visitor experience at Usal Beach.

We have access to many of the materials recycled but appreciate any contributions of quality items to keep the consumption footprint low. We will have some tools to share, but expect our skilled volunteers will bring what they need. Contact us if you would like to schedule with us; feel free to drop by between August 22 and 26. You’ll find us in the Usal campground with a large banner. Contact Bruce and Shannon at or call (707)983-6169. During the work week, a text to the project phone may reach us at 707-358-0225 or HRIA will also have information. There may be a preparatory work session — August 19th-20th, Contact Shannon through if you are interested in the prep session.


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