Non Native Plant Removal
On July 20th, A group of eight of our finest fennel fighters set out
into our open space to contain the spread of fennel on the western
plateau. We appreciate the help that these volunteers have given
supporting our open space and couldn't thank all of you enough. To view
images from the 7/20 event, click here.
If you are interested in seeing exactly how much fennel is left in our open space, Click the image of the map above.
Green markers indicate fennel that is cut and sprayed
Yellow markers indicate fennel that has been cut
Red markers indicate fennel that has had no action taken
As you can see, there is still a great amount of fennel left to contain
in our open space. If you are hiking and come across some fennel and it
is not mentioned in our map, please contact us at email@example.com and we
will add it to our database.
If you are interested in reducing the spread of non-native plants in
our local open space, please contact Julie Osborn at (805) 492-6000 or
via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The native plants and animals will be
Must be 18+ years of age to participate. No experience necessary. Tools and instructions will be provided.