From hiking the trails, walking the dog(s), running the paths, navigating through the new landscape of fallen trees after The Windstorm, to strolling and chatting with a friend or walking solo at sundown to catch the settling of the day, the Arroyo feels like our Arroyo, something personal and meaningful.
In that spirit, the Arroyo Seco Foundation will be revealing the long-awaited U.S. Army Corps ecosystem study at the first ASF Watershed Breakfast on Wednesday, the 25th. We have been told that it contains “amazing material on how to improve and restore the natural values of the Arroyo Seco.” The scientists and planners involved in the study will be available, explaining the results and suggesting the way forward.
ASF would also like to create and solidify a corps of volunteers who will commit to the continuous ongoing plan to restore the Arroyo. This would mean being involved with projects such as water quality monitoring, the removal of invasive species, and the planting of indigenous plants and trees. Anyone interested can email Watershed Coordinator Jonathan Frame at firstname.lastname@example.org.