Join Santa Monica Mountains Fund every third Saturday of the month for a guided bilingual (English/Spanish) hike to learn about local plants and habitats of pollinator insects like monarch butterflies, then pick out a selection of free(!) native pollinator plants and narrowleaf milkweed seeds for your home garden. Learn from our partners at Santa Monica Mountains Fund about why pollinator insects and monarch butterflies are so important for our local ecosystems.
*Free plant distribution begins at 8:00 am.
*The guided hike begins at 9:00 am.
RSVP for the guided hike today! Space is limited.
About the Santa Monica Moutains Fund
The Santa Monica Mountains Fund works to protect and encourage appreciation and understanding of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
The Fund supports National Park Service efforts in education, science, research, improved facilities, citizen engagement, stewardship and philanthropy.
The Santa Monica Mountains Fund native plant nursery at Rancho Sierra Vista (Newbury Park) supports native plant conservation in the Santa Monica Mountains by to collecting and cleaning seed, curating a native plant herbarium, and growing over 50,000 plants a year for public distribution and land restoration.
7511 Foothill Rd
Ventura, CA 93003
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