Please join us to celebrate the anniversary of the Patrick's Point Garden. In 1973, the Patrick's Point Garden Club established this native plant garden, which now features more than 40 species.
There will be free garden tours, a bird/plant walk, a guided hike, and tours of Sumeg Village. Events will occur 9AM-2PM on Saturday, June 1. There is an $8.00 per car day use fee for entering the park.
Download the event PDF to learn more: www.rras.org/docs/patrickspoint-full.pdf
More volunteers at the Appreciation Event on November 2, 2012.
Some of the 40 volunteers and guests who attended the Appreciation Event on November 2, 2012.
RRAS Volunteers in 2012
RRAS would like to thank all the volunteers whose dedication allows our chapter to function. From Board members and committee chairs to field trip leaders, Sandpiper contributors, program speakers, and helpers at special events like Godwit Days, please know that you are greatly appreciated. Following is a list of our helpers between November 2011 and October 2012:
Adam Brown, Anita Leipper, Brian O'Donnell, Carol Wilson, Chet Ogan, Cindy Moyer, CJ Ralph, Daryl Coldren, David Fix, David Price, Donna Clark, Gary Bloomfield, Gary Friedrichsen, Gary Lester, George Ziminsky, Gil & Mediha Saliba (and grandson Silas), Greg Chapman, Jan Andersen, Jay Sooter, Jim Clark, Joe Ceriani, John Gaffin, Josée Rousseau, Jude Power, Judie & Lew Norton, Kate McClain, Ken Burton, Larry Karsteadt, Leslie & Mike Anderson, Linda Doerflinger, Liz Swingdler, Louise Bacon-Ogden, Marika Benko, Matt Johnson, Matt Wachs, Michael Morris, Moe Morrissette, Pat Bitton, Paul Lohse, Ralph Bucher, Rich Ridenhour, Rob Fowler, Rob Hewitt, Ryan Wells, Sandy Andersen, Sharon Levy, Sue Calla, Sue & Tom Leskiw, Syn-dee Noel, Tony Kurz.
RRAS also recruited new volunteers during its two Toyota Together Green invasive plant workdays, held at the Arcata Marsh and Trinidad.
Complete issues of The Sandpiper, from July 2006 to present, are available for download below.
Individual articles published between 1996 and 2006 can be found in our Archives. Archived aticles are grouped by year, author, and type. They include compiled articles from Field Notes, the President’s Column, Bird of the Month, Tom Leskiw's Columns, John Hewston's Chapter History, Announcements, and Miscellaneous Articles by various authors.
The Redwood Region Audubon Society currently publishes The Sandpiper six times per year.
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