Building a trail in the native grass meadow.
Last year, the Vallejo Watershed Alliance successfully built a new trail in Hanns Park so that third graders on their Watershed Explorer field trips could stay focused and reduce damage to the native plants. The path worked brilliantly, and now needs to be refreshed for the upcoming season.
We’ll meet in Hanns Park (entrance lot is on Skyline off Redwood Parkway). Wear comfortable clothes, sturdy shoes, hat, sunscreen, and gloves. We’ll bring water, refreshments, and tools.
Coastal Cleanup Day 2014
Join us hundreds of Vallejo volunteers for this year’s Coastal Cleanup Day on Saturday, September 20 from 9 a.m. to noon. The Vallejo Watershed Alliance will be cleaning Rindler Creek (Fairgrounds Drive at Coach Lane), but there are other sites available as well; call (707) 645-8258 to find your site today!
Annual Planning Meeting Sat., August 16 – 9 a.m. to Noon
We are very excited to announce that Alex Rabidoux from the Solano County Water Agency and Pam Sahin from the City of Vallejo Water Division will be our guest speakers this year. Alex will provide an overview of California and Solano water supplies and concerns, while Pam will discuss Vallejo’s water from a supply and water rights perspective. The water talk will comprise the first half of the morning, later we’ll prioritize and calendar workdays and research projects for the next twelve months. The event will take place in the Vista Room of the Cultural Center at Dan Foley Park. All are welcome; free refreshments.
Volunteers enjoying the great weather and food at the Blue Rock Springs Park BBQ.
Every year, Alliance volunteers gather to celebrate their accomplishments. You can spend an easy morning picking up trash around the lake (come at 9 a.m.), or just stop by for a burger at 11:00. This is your party! If you come for the cleanup, wear comfortable clothes, sturdy shoes, hat, gloves, and sunscreen. Everyone welcome. Lunch is free, but please RSVP to (707) 644-8949 ext. 292 or email info@VallejoWatershedAlliance.org so we know how much food to prepare.
Native plants are added to the Blue Rock Springs Creek corridor.
Let’s meet at Hanns Park on Saturday, June 21 from 9 a.m. to noon for a Vallejo Watershed Alliance workday to take care of the new native trees and shrubs planted by students in the spring. Wear comfortable clothes, sturdy shoes, hat, sunscreen, and gloves. We will provide water, refreshments, and all necessary tools. Park in the lot on Skyline just off Redwood Parkway, and follow the signs a short walk up the bike bath. See you there!
Thank you, GVRD, for the wonderful way that you recognized and honored the Vallejo Watershed Alliance at your most recent Board meeting. Partnering with GVRD staff and board members allows the Alliance to accomplish many, many things. You are a terrific organization and tons of fun to work with!
The Vallejo Watershed Alliance will host two activities in May.The first, a Cleanup of Rindler Creek, will take place on Saturday, May 17 from 9:00 a.m. to noon. We will meet at the corner of Fairgrounds Drive and Coach Lane and remove any trash that was washed into the creek during our brief rainy season. Wear closed toe shoes, sturdy clothes, hat, gloves and sunscreen. We’ll provide water, refreshments, and any needed tools.
On Sunday, May 18, we’ll host a table at the Vallejo Garden Festival from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The festival will take place at Marin Street on the corner of Capitol Street. We hope you’ll stop on by to this fundraiser for the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum. It’s a great event for a great cause!