An exciting new habitat enhancement project is starting at Lake Dalwigk, and the Vallejo Watershed Alliance needs your help! For this portion of the work, we will be taking small numbers of volunteers to the islands located in the park to plant native grass plugs. Other volunteers are needed for shoreline cleanup, and will have the opportunity to trade places with the planters on the island, if desired. RSVP is required for this event; please email Info@VallejoWatershedAlliance.org
for details. Wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes (tall rain boots or waders are strongly recommended for the island planting), hat, sunscreen and gloves. We will provide all the necessary tools, as well as refreshments. Parking is free along Fifth Street, on the west side of the park area, and we will meet at the staircase located across from 501 Fifth Street.
This project is being led by our partners at the Solano Resource Conservation District. They are also hosting a few small workdays on Thursdays in January. If you are interested in participating in those, please contact us at Info@VallejoWatershedAlliance.org