We welcome all to join us on March 16th for an opportunity to learn first-hand about the indigenous stewardship approach of the Amah Mutsun Land Trust! Amah Mutsun Land Trust is partnering with the California Department of Parks and Recreation to remove woody vegetation that is encroaching on coastal prairie in Año Nuevo State Park. Volunteers will be working off-trail, using hand saws and loppers to remove small Douglas fir trees. We will provide tools, but you will need gloves, sturdy shoes, and clothes that can get dirty, and you may be exposed to poison oak. This is a challenging volunteer day, but incredibly educational and a special opportunity to work alongside our Native Stewardship Corps! So strap your boots up, find a work shirt and come join us for an amazing time! Click here to RSVP now!