Strawberry Creek Restoration Project
Hello to all!
And welcome back to the Fall 2009 semester at Cal. First off, let us introduce ourselves as the new Strawberry Creek Restoration Project Interns: Lindsey Sanders and Tyler Grinberg. As the new interns, we are pumped to get some restoration work started on Strawberry Creek, and we are looking to all of you to help us make it happen. To start it off, we have set up three Open Ivy Pulling dates for the fall semester. These dates are:
Friday October 30, 3-5
Friday November 20, 3-5
Friday December 4, 3-5
Don't worry if you can only come for one of the hours, we just like to see people's faces and their interest. And we always like meeting new volunteers so be sure to tell your friends! As an extra incentive, we have a special present to all volunteers who are able to make it to all three of the ivy pull days...their own pair of pruning shears! So come on out and help up remove the invasive Algerian Ivy and Periwinkle from the stream banks of our beloved Strawberry Creek.
If you are interested in getting some training on habitat restoration and being more involved in our efforts, look for an email about becoming a Cal Student Habitat Restoration Leader, coming out soon.
Thanks and we look forward to seeing all of you at our first ivy pull date,
Lindsey Sanders: email@example.com
Tyler Grinberg: firstname.lastname@example.org
Strawberry Creek Restoration Project Interns
SPUR Sponsored Projects for Undergraduate Research
Wednesday, November 4, 12:10-12:45pm, CNR Resource Center (260 Mulford Hall)
Considering applying for a SPUR Student Initiated grant? The CNR Undergraduate Coordinator will go over the steps to apply! The deadline to apply is 12/11/09. Visit http://nature.berkeley.edu/site/spur.php for more information.
US Forest Service Summer Internships
Thursday, November 5, 5:00-6:30pm, Information Session, CNR Resource Center (260 Mulford Hall)
Thursday, November 5, 9:15am-5:00pm, Tabling in the CNR Resource Center (260 Mulford Hall)
Learn about paid summer opportunities in Region 4 (Lake Tahoe, NV, UT, ID and WY) working with the US Forest Service. Internships are open to a variety of majors: biology, botany, soils, environmental sciences, forestry, etc. They hire freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and senios who will be enrolled full time in a graduate program in Fall 2010. Come by to learn how to apply!