Celebrating and conserving the ecological richness of California's grasslands

We Reached our $20,000 Year-End Donation Drive Goal! 
We are grateful for your generous donations which have been matched dollar-for-dollar. 
Thank you donors and Victor Schaff for his $10,000 matching funds donation. 

Photo: S & S Seeds founder Victor Schaff and his daughter, S & S Manager Jody Miller. Photo by Joshua Curry


October 20 - Field Practices: Hands-on Restoration Implementation and Maintenance

  • Friday, October 20, 2017
  • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Putah Creek Reserve, UC Davis

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:

Registration is closed

Field Practices: Hands-on Restoration Implementation and Maintenance

This Friday! October 20, 2017


Following the Nuts and Bolts of Restoration and Revegetation workshop we held earlier this year, this outdoor workshop will show attendees how to do site preparation, implementation, and maintenance for their grasslands restoration projects. Attendees will work with a range of equipment for tilling, seeding and maintenance and will learn how to calibrate various seeding implements. If time and weather allow, instructors may conduct a small burn as well as a short visit to an existing grassland at the end of the day. 

Experienced experts will topics covered:

  • Soil preparation, including morning talk by UC Davis Soil Scientist Vic Claassen
  • Seed selection, with native grass seed samples
  • Grass plug planting
  • Seed drilling and broadcast seeding using Truax equipment
  • Maintenance: mowing, grazing, burning, spraying, etc.

Instructors:

  • Vic Claassen, UC Davis Land, Air and Water Resources
  • JP Marié, UC Davis Putah Creek Riparian Reserve
  • Chris Rose, Solano Resource Conservation District
  • Bryan Young, Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District
Registration fee includes morning refreshments and workshop materials. Bring your own lunch or pre-order through CNGA on registration form.. 
Note: This workshop focuses on small to large scale restoration projects. It does not focus on landscape design, implementation and maintenance. 




California Native Grasslands Association  is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization. 

This organization does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, disability, national or ethnic origin, or sexual orientation.

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