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Return of the Natives: Habitat restoration along our beautiful bikeways

We revel in the beauty of our landscapes and seascapes while biking, hiking, or just kicking back at Asilomar State BeachBike to the beach–and care for what you love! Pedal over on

Saturday, March 16 – 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Join Return of the Natives in dune restoration.  Click here for details and participant’s waiver.

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Amanda Magallanes
Volunteer Coordinator
Return of the Natives Restoration Education Project
The Watershed Institute, CSUMB

Any bicyclists unaware of the Plant-a-thon on March 6, 2013 at Ford Ord were expecting beautiful views on their ride but were surely surprised to come upon over a hundred people planting while enjoying a live band!

It was the Monterey Bay Charter School‘s 7th Annual Plant-a-thon. Students and families were planting native plants with Return of the Natives and BLM at Fort  Ord National Monument–a favorite biking destination for Monterey Off Road Cycling Association and other riders.

Thanks to the Monterey Bay Charter School,  a Waldorf-inspired school, for their annual commitment to restoring habitat.




This post was published on 13 March 2013. One or more changes last made to this post on 25 October 2013.

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