Project Lead: Tim Pine
Sponsor: Environment, Health & Safety
TGIF Grant: $5,000
Project Theme: Habitat Restoration
2011 Application Submission
Project Description: The Strawberry Creek Restoration Program will continue its revegetation efforts along Strawberry Creek and within its watershed. This will include removal of invasive, non-native species and the planting of native species grown in the Strawberry Creek Native Plant Nursery.
Strawberry Creek Website
Goals: Record the amount of invasive species removed, the number of native plants grown and planted, and the areas revegetated. Continue to partner with student leaders, campus classes, and volunteers. Host restoration events for the creek. Prevent biodiversity loss within the Strawberry Creek watershed. Educate the campus about Strawberry Creek’s many historical and current roles, including drinking water and irrigation source, sanitary sewer, storm drain, outdoor laboratory, aesthetic amenity.
TGIF Blog Posts about Strawberry Creek
This project was combined with 2010 TGIF project Cal Habitat Restoration Student Leadership Training. The accomplishments of these two projects included: