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Pull invasive, fire-prone French broom in Hillside Natural Area

We got all 100 plants into the ground last Tuesday!

Next Tuesday, Jan[masked] AM - noon, let's pull broom at the Hillside Natural Area, reducing fire risk in this drought.

Wear long pants and long sleeves  -- poison oak -- as well as closed-toed shoes with good traction. I'll bring gloves, socks for bare spots on your arms, and Ivy Block.

Meet at the Douglas Drive entrance. From Potrero, turn south on Douglas Drive, which becomes a short one-way loop. Park near 1524 and 1526 Douglas. The unsigned entrance right-of-way runs between them.  The walk in from there is almost level.

If you come late: from the right-of-way leading south from Douglas, cross the concrete-lined stream and follow the trail that runs south in the woods. Cross the service road and continue on the trail, which curves left. Cross the small creek and curve right again. Our work site is below the trail a little farther on. If you get lost, try my cell,[masked] 4709.

Hope to see you there!

Susan Schwartz

Friends of Five Creeks

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