Learn more and apply for our Stewardship Pathways training, Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration, to be held on February 18th, 2023 on Kumeyaay homelands at the South Bay US Fish and Wildlife Service Office!
Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration
Saturday February 18, 2023
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
South Bay US Fish and Wildlife Service Office
1080 Gunpowder Point Dr, Chula Vista, CA 91910
The goal of this course is for participants to get hands-on experience on coastal sage scrub habitat restoration, and learn about the importance of the habitat, its role in ethnobotany, and our cultural relations to the ecosystem. Participants will leave with technical knowledge on how to prep soil and propagate coastal sage scrub plants, as well as cultural knowledge on Indigenous relationships to coastal ecosystems.
This event will include:
Introduction to coastal restoration
Hands-on soil prep
Introduction to coastal ethnobotany
Hands-on plant propagation
This training event is part of the Stewardship Pathways Program, hosted by the Climate Science Alliance in partnership with the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
Who should apply?
Participants from across Southern California are welcome to apply.
Individuals from Indigenous communities will be given priority.
I'm interested! How do I apply?
Applications are due February 1st, 2023.
To fill out the application form, click the link below or scan the QR code on the flyer below.
Download the flyer by clicking on the flyer image below.
Thank you to the US Fish and Wildlife Service for helping to host this training, and to all participating partners for contributing to the day’s events.
Presented by the Climate Science Alliance Tribal Working Group, the Stewardship Pathways Program invites people from across Southern California who are interested in creating or expanding a career focused on advancing Indigenous climate stewardship. Learn more about Stewardship Pathways at: www.climatesciencealliance.org/stewardship-pathways