Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive Association Hosting Earth Day Cleanup at Usal Beach Campground

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

Hello Usal Family and Friends,

We are planning Earth Day at Usal Beach Campground– 10 AM to 3 PM Saturday April 21st.  We have a number of projects we’d like to work on, small and large, easy and hard, detail focused and casual.  Everybody is invited for lunch. . . even if you just stop by and pick up a garbage bag to take with you out to the beach.

We also need a couple of volunteers to help with “check-in” at the Shady Dell meadow, serve lunch and keep the communication going between the various work crews. If you want to help with these tasks, please contact us.

Tasks:

Trash pick up and one trash pit to clean out.

Road ditch to clean out.

Invasive Weeds-

·         Cut Ivy

·         Cut Himalayan Blackberry

·         Cut and Bag Pampas Grass Seed Heads

Clean out Campfire Rings.

Clean Outhouses.

Post Outhouse Maps.

Observe wildlife including Steelhead in Creeks.

If you have a favorite hand tool—gloves, pruners, a garden shovel—please bring it.

If you think you’ll be coming, let us know.

Bruce Hilbach-Barger and Carla Thomas,

HRIA Usal Project

usalbeachfriends@gmail.com

707-358-0225
707 983-6169

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