Seas to Trees Day
Thank you for a successful 2nd Annual Seas to Trees Day!
Saturday, May 4, 2019
Seas to Trees Day 2019 stats:
- 290 volunteers participated
- Invasive ice plant removed at Fiscalini Ranch Preserve
- 27 lbs. removed by the paddle board cleanup with Morro Bay National Estuary Program at Tidelands Park in Morro Bay
- Invasive plant removed and sheet mulch laid down at California Conservation Corps with Watershed Stewards Program
- Invasive plant removed and garden maintenance performed at the SLO Botanical Garden
- Invasive French Broom removed from Reservoir Canyon Open Space with SLO City Rangers
- 103 lbs. removed from Cal Poly Surfrider cleanup at Pirate’s Cove/Cave Landing
- 292 lbs. removed by divers from Aliva Pier, and 197 lbs. removed from Avila Beach at Central Coast Aquarium Beneath the Surface Cleanup
- 54 lbs. removed from SLO Surfrider cleanup at Grover Beach Grand Ave
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Seas to Trees Day
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Seas to Trees Day 2019 Projects:
- Bring Back the Wildflowers – Cambria ice plant removal with Fiscalini Ranch Preserve
- Pickup and Paddle on Morro Bay with Morro Bay National Estuary Program
- Beautifying the SLO Botanical Garden with SLO Botanical Garden
- Water Conservation Project Maintenance and Education with Watershed Stewards Program
- Invasive Plant Removal and Trailwork at Reservoir Canyon with City of SLO Ranger Service
- Beach Cleanup Scavenger Hunt at Pirate’s Cove with Cal Poly Surfirder
- Beneath the Surface Cleanup at Avila Beach with Central Coast Aquarium
- Beach Cleanup at Grover Beach @ Grand Ave with SLO Surfrider
Seas to Trees Day 2018 stats:
- 120 volunteers participated
- 6 trees planted at El Chorro Regional Park (2 strawberry trees and 4 Monterey Cypress)
- Many pounds of invasive ice plant removed at Fiscalini Ranch Preserve
- 680 lbs. removed from several SLO Creek locations
- 153 lbs. removed from Pirate’s Cove/Cave Landing
- 45 lbs. removed from Moonstone Beach
- 23 lbs. removed by the paddle board cleanup at Tidelands Park in Morro Bay
Thank you to our 2019 sponsors
for making the 2nd Annual Seas to Trees Day possible!