Don't miss these upcoming events about Codornices Creek!
Are you interested in helping to create an exciting educational place in a creek restoration area that will benefit the whole community?
Would you like the idea of a creekside trail that could include an outdoor teaching space, educational nature projects, and public art?
Come learn about how a once neglected waterway is being transformed into a natural creek channel in west Berkeley and Albany. Find out what the Codornices Creek Watershed Council is planning at this site to help create an inviting place for nature education serving the community. Project elements being considered include an outdoor classroom, a wall mural, and volunteer native planting opportunities.
For more information on the project, email: CodornicesCreekWC@gmail.com or contact Pam Boyle, at 510-759-1689.
Codornices Creek Watershed Council Meeting
There will be no Council meeting in September.
Stay tuned for future meeting announcements.
If you want to volunteer to work with the Codornices Creek Watershed Council, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or come to our next Council meeting (see agenda and directions above).
Watershed Council Meetings
The Watershed Council meets the 2nd Wednesday of every other month (January, March, May, July, September, November) in the Science Lab Classroom of the Saint Mary's College High School located at 1294 Albina Street.