Some of our Planting Projects
March 22, 2009: The NPRT Team conducted a planting with The Children of the Daughters of the American Revolution near the utility easement at the Los Jilgueros Preserve.
April 25, 2009: The Rotary Club, along with members of the Team, planted 30 trees to increase the oak woodland/riparian area below
the lower pond.
November 2009: Community planting at LJP of 386 plants and trees, including oaks, sycamores, elderberries, toyons, sages, and California wild roses.
March 2010: Community planting at LJP of more than 2,000 native coastal sage and chaparral species with an estimated 100 volunteers.
2011: Community planting at LJP of more than 2,000 native
coastal sage and chaparral species.
March 2012: Community planting at LJP of more than 2,000 native coastal sage and chaparral species with an estimated 200 volunteers. The plantings were funded through a grant from the
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service.
The Native Plant Restoration Team continues to plant grasses, trees and shrubs in the center area of the main parking lot while keeping invasive plants such as mustard under control.
Since the fall of 2008 the NPRT Team has planted more than 7,000 native plants and trees in Los Jilgueros Preserve.
To Join NPRT Work Parties:
The Native Plant Restoration Team meets at Los Jilgueros Preserve every Wednesday morning at 8:30 a.m. Please come join us at the Preserve to learn more about the native habitat. See our Volunteer Page for more info...