Restoration: Soil and Soul

March 14  10am-2pm

In this Saturday workshop, participants will locate themselves in watershed place and its history.  Here, Creek Hollow Wash runs through an oak preserve with riparian habitat.  The hillsides offer chaparral ecology.  In an interpretative hike through native habitats, we explore the environmental importance and medicinal uses of native plants through five (or more) senses.  With a variety of potted native plants on hand,  we will plant and restore their distribution on the Retreat Center grounds.

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-    Check weather reports and dress appropriately.     -   Bring your garden gloves and spades (we'll have        digging tools available)

-    We'll provide a native plant guide and      

     interpretation, you'll bring your one for planting

-    Enjoy a complimentary light lunch at our    

      expansive outdoor kitchen/picnic area.  

-    After workshop hours, feel free to explore SFRC!

-    10-2pm. $20, lunch included.

White Sage

Lemonade Berry

Nettles

Workshop Leadership:

Leana Bulay is an experienced leader in environmental conservation and education, most recently for the San Dieguito River Park as an Interpretative Ranger. As an SFRC Board member, she establishes workshop series, nature preserves and interpretive materials.

Peter and Kari Riordan are SFRC local organic farmers and herbalists. They promote Native Habitat preservation and stewardship of the land.