The Edgewood Weed Warriors operate under a permit issued to the California Native Plant Society. They meet regularly to remove invasive plants at Edgewood, thereby allowing for greater biodiversity, natural habitats, and those beautiful wildflower displays that everyone enjoys.
The 25-year volunteer restoration program at Edgewood Park looks ahead to another fun and productive year… there’s still so much we can do to make Edgewood an inspirational showcase of all CNPS stands for. With February rains, we anticipate the return of our usual targets, and the drought may even allow us to make extra gains on some species when they’re most vulnerable. Come share the beauty of Edgewood with us, learn a ton, and help keep Edgewood native!
Our 9am Friday sessions run year round, and 5:30pm Wednesday sessions start March 12 after Daylight Savings Time returns. Monthly 9am Saturday sessions are the 3rd Saturday, March through July, plus National Public Lands Day in September, and include:
|Date||Meet At||Event Theme|
|Mar 15||Day Camp Kiosk||Spring “Saturday Kickoff”|
|Apr 19||Day Camp Kiosk||Earth Day and CA Native Plant Week|
|May 17||West Kiosk||Endangered Species Day and International Day for Biodiversity|
For Edgewood Weed Warrior schedules, meeting places, and other details, visit eww.cnps-scv.org. Contact Paul Heiple (email@example.com), or John Allen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for information on Friday work days. Contact Edgewood Weed Warrior program chair Drew Shell (email@example.com) for Wednesday/Saturday work day information.