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Seed Collection at MRC’s Native Grass Farm

MRC Native Grass Farm Seed Collection
June 4, 22 and 30 & July 9 and 15. Join us for one day, or come for all!

Come volunteer at the MRC’s native seed farm and learn native grass identification and seed collection methods. Be prepared for heat during these workdays: bring sunscreen, a sunhat, water, and lunch.

Meet at the Mattole Valley Community Center at 9am and return at 5pm.
You may drive your own vehicle if you’d like to work a shorter day.

Please RSVP so we know how many people to expect.

To RSVP, or for more information, email christina@mattole.org or hugh@mattole.org.

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Wild and Scenic Film Festival

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July 11th – Join the Mattole Restoration Council and Lost Coast Interpretive Association at the Mateel for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Tour!

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**All tickets purchased after 2pm Tuesday, July 7th will be held at will-call**

 

Come watch award-winning films that combine stellar film making, beautiful cinematography and first-rate storytelling to inform, inspire and ignite solutions to restoring the earth while creating a positive future for the next generation.

Check out the FILM PAGE for trailers, film stills, and film synopses!

The film program starts at 6:00pm, but join us at 5:00pm for Happy Hour to eat, drink, and participate in the silent auction & raffle, where you’ll have the chance to win items from dozens of local businesses. Every admission ticket doubles as a raffle ticket!

Have a sneak peek at some of the silent auction and raffle items HERE!

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5-6pm – Happy Hour, Silent Auction
6-9pm – Film Program, Raffle, Guest Speaker


Tickets available now!

Purchase below, or at:
Wildberries Marketplace
Redway Liquor
Allsport Garberville

 

 

 

 

 

 

**All tickets purchased after 2pm Tuesday, July 7th will be held at will-call**

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Seed Collection at MRC’s Native Grass Farm

MRC Native Grass Farm Seed Collection
June 4, 22 and 30 & July 9 and 15. Join us for one day, or come for all!

Come volunteer at the MRC’s native seed farm and learn native grass identification and seed collection methods. Be prepared for heat during these workdays: bring sunscreen, a sunhat, water, and lunch.

Meet at the Mattole Valley Community Center at 9am and return at 5pm.
You may drive your own vehicle if you’d like to work a shorter day.

Please RSVP so we know how many people to expect.

To RSVP, or for more information, email christina@mattole.org or hugh@mattole.org.

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Seed Collection at MRC’s Native Grass Farm

MRC Native Grass Farm Seed Collection
June 4, 22 and 30 & July 9 and 15. Join us for one day, or come for all!

Come volunteer at the MRC’s native seed farm and learn native grass identification and seed collection methods. Be prepared for heat during these workdays: bring sunscreen, a sunhat, water, and lunch.

Meet at the Mattole Valley Community Center at 9am and return at 5pm.
You may drive your own vehicle if you’d like to work a shorter day.

Please RSVP so we know how many people to expect.

To RSVP, or for more information, email christina@mattole.org or hugh@mattole.org.

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Seed Collection at MRC’s Native Grass Farm

MRC Native Grass Farm Seed Collection
June 4, 22 and 30 & July 9 and 15. Join us for one day, or come for all!

Come volunteer at the MRC’s native seed farm and learn native grass identification and seed collection methods. Be prepared for heat during these workdays: bring sunscreen, a sunhat, water, and lunch.

Meet at the Mattole Valley Community Center at 9am and return at 5pm.
You may drive your own vehicle if you’d like to work a shorter day.

Please RSVP so we know how many people to expect.

To RSVP, or for more information, email christina@mattole.org or hugh@mattole.org.

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King Range Invasive Plant Removal

King Range Invasive Plant Removal
June 8, 9, and 10 & July 20 and 21. Join us for one day, or come for all!

Explore remote areas of Prosper Ridge and learn identification and eradication methods for invasive plants. These day-trips involve moderate hiking. Please bring sunscreen, a sunhat, water, and lunch.

Meet at the Mattole Valley Community Center at 8am and return at 4pm
You may drive your own vehicle if you’d like to work a shorter day.

Please RSVP so we know how many people to expect.

To RSVP, or for more information, email christina@mattole.org or hugh@mattole.org.

 

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Seed Collection at MRC’s Native Grass Farm

MRC Native Grass Farm Seed Collection
June 4, 22 and 30 & July 9 and 15. Join us for one day, or come for all!

Come volunteer at the MRC’s native seed farm and learn native grass identification and seed collection methods. Be prepared for heat during these workdays: bring sunscreen, a sunhat, water, and lunch.

Meet at the Mattole Valley Community Center at 9am and return at 5pm.
You may drive your own vehicle if you’d like to work a shorter day.

Please RSVP so we know how many people to expect.

To RSVP, or for more information, email christina@mattole.org or hugh@mattole.org.

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King Range Grasslands Seed Collection Campout

Collecting blue wild rye (Elymus glaucus) in the King’s Range.

 

King Range Grasslands Native Seed Collection Campout
June 1-2, 2015

Explore the remote grassland ridges of the King Range National Conservation Area, while collecting native grass seed for use in restoration projects. Learn native grass identification and seed collection methods. Collections will take place on wild and beautiful Lake and Spanish Ridges.

This trip requires backpacking and extensive hiking (15-20 miles over two days). Please email for complete details.

RSVP required.  For details, please email christina@mattole.org or hugh@mattole.org

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Watershed Stewards Program AmeriCorps Internship Opportunities

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Stewards Program!

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Year 21 Mattole Restoration Council WSP members Kate and Kristy pulling invasive plants on the Lost Coast

  – Spend 10.5 months working alongside natural resource
professionals with one of WSP’s 22 organizations across the state (including the Mattole Restoration Council)

– Gain hands-on experience in the field

– Earn a total of $15,300, plus a $5,700 AmeriCorps education award

– Other benefits include: No-cost medical insurance,  industry recognized trainings, student loan forbearance, and access to WSP’s broad alumni network

 

 

Qualifications: Open to those 21+ with 25 credits of college-level science or 6 months of equivalent experience

For more information and the application, visit: www.ccc.ca.gov/go/wsp

 

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