Work Session at Ulistac Natural Area
Sunday, May 17, 9:00AM-12:00PM,
and the third Sunday of each month
Ulistac Natural Area, 4901 Lick Mill Boulevard, Santa Clara
There seems to be a never ending run of weeds this year at Ulistac! Come along to our work session on Sunday and help us to remove some of these invasive plants which, in turn, will help our natives grow! Meet at 9:00AM by the toolshed.
Please wear long pants and sturdy shoes and clothes suitable for the weather conditions. We advise that you bring water and a snack if you need one. Gloves and tools are provided.
Since 2001, hundreds of volunteers and thousands of volunteer hours with UNAREP have been dedicated to creating an ecological gem in the City of Santa Clara: Ulistac Natural Area. Ulistac contains the last 40 acres of natural, undeveloped land in the city along the Guadalupe River, a major migratory flyway for birds. Volunteers remove invasive species and plant California native trees, shrubs, grasses and wildflowers. Butterflies reappear, birds nest and breed, and migrating birds spend the winter. Jackrabbits, lizards and gophers and other wildlife make UNA their home.