community watershed restoration since 1983

Nursery Volunteer Day

Interested in native plants? Join us every Thursday at the Mattole Native Plant Nursery to help grow native plants for local restoration from locally sourced seed.  Learn native plant ID, propagation techniques, and support watershed restoration.  All ages welcome.  Please bring water, a lunch,  comfortable clothing, and sun protection.

 

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MRC Annual Meeting

The Mattole Restoration Council will be holding its annual meeting of the membership on Saturday, November 15 from 2:00-5:00 pm at the Ettersburg School (4500 Ettersburg Rd, Ettersburg). As a community based non-profit, we greatly value the input and concerns of our community. This meeting will include a description of our previous and current year financials, program updates, and a discussion of Mattole restoration priorities.

Members who wish to run for a seat on the Board of Directors for the 2015-2017 term will also be announcing their candidacy at the meeting. If you are interested in running for the Board of Directors, please contact John Williams at jgwill@frontiernet.net .

This is a free event, and will include a potluck dinner after the meeting (from 5:00-6:00 pm). Please bring a dish to share, as well as your own plate and utensils. Note that there will be no refrigeration or ability to heat food at the event.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Cassie Pinnell at cassie@mattole.org or 707-629-3514.

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King Range Organizations Form Alliance

Four organizations that have worked for decades to protect the King Range National Conservation Area have formed a new partnership that will result in better care for the region and better coordination between organizations. The new King Range Alliance (KRA) is composed of The Mattole Restoration Council, Sanctuary Forest, Mattole Salmon Group, and the Lost Coast Interpretive Association. We look forward to collaborating with our partners to promote education, science, and restoration in the King Range National Conservation Area. Read the full story here .

          Keep up with the KRA at the King Range Alliance website, or by liking us on Facebook !

 

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