An afternoon of grasses - 15 Mar

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An Afternoon of Grasses

What: A fun afternoon focused on the native grasses of our region. We’ll talk about native grasses, plant a lot of them in our ‘Heritage Creek’ site and weed around previous plantings. You’ll go home tired, but knowing much more about our heritage grasses.

When: Saturday, March 15th 2008 - 2:00-5:00 p.m.

Where: ‘Heritage Creek’ demonstration site, CSU Dominguez Hills (see map, next page)

Who: CSUDH students, faculty & staff; community volunteers; anyone else interested in
learning about native grasses and meeting others who enjoy native plants

Contact: Connie Vadheim (jconroth att hughes dott net) to let us know you plan to come.
We will send more details & contact you if we need to reschedule due to rain.

Bring: Wear old clothes & study shoes/boots. Bring gardening gloves, shovels & trowels (if you have them). Wear a hat and sunscreen. We will supply water.
Getting to CSU Dominguez Hills

CSUDH is located at:
1000 E. Victoria Street
Carson, CA 90747


driving directions

Enter campus from Victoria (190th) at Birchknoll Drive. Continue on Birchknoll past 2 stop signs. You will turn into Parking Lot 7 (on right, just past the second stop sign) and proceed to the bottom (South) end. You should see people, plants and equipment there.

If you enter from University Drive, enter campus at Toro Center Drive, right on Pacific View, then left on Birchknoll to Lot 7

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