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Plant Care at Native Plant Nursery   Wednesday,  NOV  17, 2021
9:00 AM

PUTAH CREEK COUNCIL —  Putah Creek Council Headquarters
Located beyond Lake Solano Park, please put our address in your navigation before heading out, there is poor cellphone service in the area. Our facilities are at the end of Sackett Lane, just past the bright orange front gate. We're happy to invite you out to our new nursery site to work with other nature-minded people who are interested in plants and caring for our watershed. We're just beginning to start production at our facilities, so nursery tasks will vary from day-to-day. Typically, they include transplanting, weeding, watering, trimming, pot washing, and other tasks as necessary. Putah Creek Council grows a variety of native plants for use in our habitat enhancement project sites throughout the Putah Creek watershed. All plants in the nursery are propagated from seeds and cuttings taken from plants growing in the Putah-Cache basin, and all are propagated, transplanted, weeded, and otherwise cared for by community volunteers - just like you! Please dress appropriately for the weather in clothes that can get dirty and closed-toe shoes. Don't forget your water bottle. If you are under 18, you MUST bring a completed liability form with a parent's signature. For more details, to register, or to get a liability form, visit us online.
Location:
     3373 Sackett Lane
     Winters
       
DIRECTIONS: Located just beyond Lake Solano Park, please put our address in your navigation before heading out, since there is poor cellphone service in the area. Our facilities are at the end of Sackett Lane, just past the bright orange front gate.