On April 7th, members of the Muwekma Tribal Band, the Amah Mutsun Land Trust, and Sempervirens Fund invite you to join us in tending our newest ethnobotanical demonstration garden.
We will weed, mulch, line paths, and build larger cages to protect the young plants from browsing deer. We will also hear stories from cultural leaders of Muwekma (on whose ancestral territory this garden project is located) and from some of the Amah Mutsun Land Trust's Native Stewards.
Activities are moderately strenuous and will include planting on sloped/uneven terrain. Please bring a bag lunch and water, and wear closed toe shoes and appropriate attire for working outside.
We will have nature connection activities for children, whom can also help tend the garden.
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