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Wildlife Is Part of The Neighborhood
(01/10/14) at about 3:30pm, a possible mountain lion or bobcat sighting occurred in the field to the rear of the UCR Materials Science & Engineering Building. UCPD responded and was unable to locate the animal. According to the California Department of Fish & Wildlife, mountain lions are typically quiet, solitary and usually avoid people.
There are many exciting initiatives related to gardening on the horizon (one being the GrowRiverside Conference – details below). We look forward to gathering to hear about what is happening with each of the respective gardens/sustainability groups each of you are involved with.
Our monthly meeting was suppose to be happening this upcoming Monday, but it was decided at the last garden council meeting to reschedule since several people are involved in activities to honor Dr. King this Monday. One of those activities being the 3rd Annual MLK Jr. Day of Service being hosted by Arlanza Community Garden (for more details, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/735272693157495/)
WHEN: Monday, February 17 at 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: RCC Alumni House located at 3564 Ramona Drive, Riverside 92506
NEXT MONTH’S AGENDA
In addition to the typical round table sharing out, FEATURED SPEAKERS at our next meeting will be Harmony Wolf with the Tequesquite Community Garden and Fortino Morales with the UCR Community Garden. They will be discussing their thoughts regarding the possibility of creating a garden coordinator role through Americorps. Your input will be greatly appreciated.
Please let me know if you would like to be added to the agenda or if you have an event happening before our next meeting that you would like to share with the group.