2018 Volunteer Trainings in the San Francisco Bay Area
After hosting a successful round of volunteer training sessions in 2017, Cal-IPC and Bay Area partner organizations are hosting more sessions on invasive plant management in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2018. Unless otherwise noted, trainings are designed primarily for those without much experience in invasive plant management. Topics include: restoration strategies, tools of the trade, invasive plant biology, mapping using Calflora, and more. See information for each course, and register with the link below to join us at a training near you!
- East Bay: Trudeau Center in Oakland on April 7, 2018
- Peninsula: Portola Valley Community Center on May 26, 2018
- North Bay: Pepperwood Preserve in Santa Rosa on June 16, 2018
- South Bay: Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge, Environmental Education Center in Alviso on Sept. 29
Online Map of Volunteer Projects
Are you working on a volunteer project to address invasive plants? Please add your organization and site(s) to the map! (Just click on the map below to get started.) Volunteer groups have begun adding their invasive plant management projects to an online map, with brief descriptions of the project. This allows volunteers to see what efforts are going on near them and who else is working on particular plants of concern. Directions for the Wildland Volunteer Map