The Refugio Creek Mouth restoration project is located at the mouth of the creek at Refugio State Beach, on State Parks property. The goal of the project is to increase the habitat and ecological value of the mouth of Refugio Creek by removing non-native flora and through the planting of native flora along the banks. The project will allow volunteers and visitors of the State Beach to learn about habitat restoration and the importance of the Refugio Creek Watershed.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Upcoming Volunteer Event!

Join SCHR and our partners at Channel Islands Restoration (CIR) oTuesday February 3rd from 10:00am-1:00pm as we work to remove non native seedlings from the banks of Refugio Creek. Last year, 2,500 native plants were installed with the help of hundreds of volunteers . The native plants are looking great and show significant growth. Come check out our successful efforts to establish native plants along Refugio Creek and help us nurture these plantings by removing non-native weeds from within the project site. We will meet on the west side of the creek within the State Park. Day-use parking passes, snacks, and gloves will be provided. Please contact us with any questions or to RSVP