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This Saturday -- Emory Cove Cleanup

From: Emily A.
Sent on: Tuesday, December 7, 2010 8:36 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Do-Gooders Who Drink!

What: Emory Cove Cleanup

When: Saturday, December 11,[masked]:00 AM

Where: Coronado. Location deets coming soon! I'm getting directions.

The San Diego Oceans Foundation says:

"During the World War II era, ice plants were planted along many of the shores in San Diego to help stabilize the shoreline. It did very well in keeping the sand down, but it also did a great job in outcompeting the native plant species in the areas where it was planted. As is true for many introduced, non-native species, they will outcompete the natural species and great efforts have to be made to eradicate them.

This is true for the area known as Emory Cove. This cove sits just south of what most of you know as Silverstrand Beach in Coronado. Come help us remove non-native vegetation and debris from Emory Cove and return to plant native plant species. There is no prior experience necessary. Large groups or individuals are welcome."

The cleanup runs from 9:00AM - Noon. Noon is high time for a drink in Coronado!

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