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Planting for Pollinators in the Marsh

KCCB is partnering with SFBBO on this series of events to conduct joint restoration efforts at the Refuge.

Help restore our Bay and get some much needed fresh air at the Refuge.Come out to the Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge for a few hours to restore part of the Bay. While you are removing invasive vegetation, planting new plants, or laying down mulch, you’ll get to enjoy the fresh air of the Bay, see lots of birds, and learn from restoration experts about why this work is so important.

Community service hours available.

RSVP: https://220626-planting.eventbrite.com/?aff=ww

BioBlitz at Coyote Creek Visitors Center

A BioBlitz is an event that focuses on finding and identifying as many species as possible in a specific area over a short period of time. At a BioBlitz, scientists, families, students, teachers, and other community members work together to get an overall count of the plants, animals, fungi, and other organisms that live in a place.

Join the BioBlitz at Coyote Creek Visitors Center where you and experts come together to explore Anderson Lake Park, and document observations of all living things in a short period of time.

Docents will guide you and teach you to use the iNaturalist app on your smartphone to record all the living things you encounter. Flowers, trees, butterflies, dragonflies, and beetles, birds, and squirrels. We love them all – now let’s go find them!

RSVP: https://220619-bioblitz.eventbrite.com/?aff=ww

Planting for Pollinators in the Marsh

KCCB is partnering with SFBBO on this series of events to conduct joint restoration efforts at the Refuge.

Help restore our Bay and get some much needed fresh air at the Refuge.Come out to the Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge for a few hours to restore part of the Bay. While you are removing invasive vegetation, planting new plants, or laying down mulch, you’ll get to enjoy the fresh air of the Bay, see lots of birds, and learn from restoration experts about why this work is so important.

Community service hours available.

RSVP: https://220612-planting.eventbrite.com/?aff=ww

Cleanup for National Trails Day!

Come help beautify these trails with a fun Creek and Trail  Cleanup!

Spend a few hours and help us work together for a healthy creek while we beautify the Coyote Creek trail and the creek through a community cleanup. Come celebrate the Earth by improving the environment and enjoying nature! 

Free litter kits!

Community service hours available.

Group Registration available

RSVP: https://220604-cleanup.eventbrite.com/?aff=ww

National Rivers Cleanup Day!

Come celebrate National River Cleanup Day with this fun Creek Cleanup!

Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful is teaming up with the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition and we invite you to come spend a few hours and help us work together for a healthy creek while we beautify the Coyote Creek trail and the creek through a community cleanup. Come celebrate the Earth by improving the environment and enjoying nature!

Free litter kits!

Community service hours available.

Group Registration available

Watershed Watch 50% Off Car Wash Event

Join us for half-off car washes during this special event! Get a clean ride, and keep your creeks clean and healthy by preventing polluted runoff into our storm drains. No rainchecks – offer excludes gasoline and store purchases.  

Watershed Watch 50% Off Car Wash Event

Join us for half-off car washes during this special event! Get a clean ride, and keep your creeks clean and healthy by preventing polluted runoff into our storm drains. No rainchecks – offer excludes gasoline and store purchases.

Watershed Watch 50% Off Car Wash Event

Join us for half-off car washes during this special event! Get a clean ride, and keep your creeks clean and healthy by preventing polluted runoff into our storm drains. No rainchecks – offer excludes gasoline and store purchases.

National River Cleanup Day

Make a difference and be the solution to water pollution! Sign up at https://cleanacreek.org/ to participate in this movement. Last year, 913 volunteers cleaned up more than 29,000 pieces of trash from 99.5 miles of local creeks and rivers!  Students can earn community service credits.