HEAL TOPANGA CREEK – Volunteer Event

Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, Environmental Restoration Group, the Coastal Conservancy, and EcoMalibu are excited to announce a new environmental education program that uses community volunteers to heal Topanga Creek as it runs through the Theatricum Botanicum.

Come join us to remove trash and debris, and invasive weeds so we can plant native stream side plants and protect the beautiful plants that already exist.

Volunteers will also learn about the importance of native plants and the issues caused by invasive weeds. Help us take care of our arts sanctuary situated among the California coast live oaks and Topanga Creek! Learn about the environment while giving her a helping hand!

If you are at least 14 years of age we need your help removing weeds, trash, and other junk from majestic Topanga Creek so we can prepare it for beautiful native plants

Community Service hours available for students!

Topanga Creek Clean up events will be held on Saturdays between 10 am and 1 pm on

December 7 and 14

January 11 and 25

February 8 and 22

To sign up Go to RestoreTopanga and register today!

About Environmental Restoration Group (ERG)

ERG provides high quality ecologically based restoration services and solutions.  The three ERG principles each have nearly 3 decades of experience successfully creating, managing, and implementing solutions to reverse environmental degradation and insure preservation of natural resources in the southern California area. For more information visit www.EnvironmentalRestorationGroup.com

or email info@environmentalrestorationgroup.com

About the Coastal Conservancy (SCC)

The Coastal Conservancy is a California state agency, established in 1976, to protect and improve natural lands and waterways, to help people get to and enjoy the outdoors, and to sustain local economies along California’s coast. It acts with others to protect and restore, and increase public access to, California’s coast, ocean, coastal watersheds, and the San Francisco Bay Area. Its vision is of a beautiful, restored, and accessible coast for current and future generations of Californians.