We at the Reservoirs Conservancy hope you are enjoying your summer and managing the heat and humidity. We have been working to maintain all the good progress made earlier this year on Armstrong, and hope you’ll be able to join us for our next community volunteer event this Sunday from 9am to 1pm (or any part of that you can manage). We need your help to keep things alive and kicking through their first year (like this California native artemesia). We’ll have tools, gloves, water and info re: future reservoir improvements. Your support is really important and we hope to see you on Sunday. If you can let us know, it will help us better support your efforts. Just drop us a line at email@example.com Thanks!
What's going on at the Reservoir
Native plant enthusiasts Alan Duke and Pat Gallery help SLRC insure the healthy development of the new plantings on Armstrong Avenue. Come join us on Saturday, May 2 to continue our community-fueled march up the Armstrong slope – anytime between 9am and 1pm. And plan on attending a native plant talk by Lisa Novick of the Theodore Payne Foundation this Saturday, April 25 at 10am. It’s part of a series of talks curated by Kathleen and Julia from the adjacent Meadow Native Garden and supported by the Silver Lake neighborhood Council. For more info: http://silverlakenc.org/events/
Hope to see you out at the reservoir! Visit our Facebook page and let us know if you can make it on May 2 (so we’ll have enough snacks and gear!)
Many thanks from the Silver Lake Reservoirs Conservancy!
Neighbors and community volunteers joined SLRC Board embers again for this month’s beautification day on Armstrong Avenue. We made a lot of progress removing weeds, spreading mulch and planting more drought tolerant California native plants.
Many thanks to all who lent a hand that day, and to our plant-loving partners for loads of tools and supplies:
Silver Lake Farms www.silverlakefarms.com
Plant Systems www.plantsystems.info
Full Circle Gardening www.full-circle.gardening
And as always many thanks to our Community Partners for their ongoing support:
L & E Oyster Bar www.leoysterbar.com
If you would like to support our efforts, you can make a tax-deductible donation at www.silverlakereservoirs.org/donate/
OR come out and join us next time for our “Last Saturdays” on Armstrong Avenue – the last Saturday of each month.
AND visit our web site to sign up for future announcements at
Hope to see you out at the reservoir!
Silver Lake horticulturalist Lora Hall of Full Circle Gardening lends
two experienced hands to the SLRC efforts on Armstrong.
Neighbors and budding plant experts Morris and Paul help out and keep
smiles on the faces of volunteers on Armstrong.
SLRC Board Member Brian Janeczko and neighbor Gabe Garza helping to
make a big difference this past Saturday.
Regular path user Brigitte and her Santa Monica College classmate Arjie help out on an ad-hoc planting day on the Armstrong slope (pictured here with SLRC Project Manager Gabe Mason – and the beautiful pink blooms of a native California Redbud in the background!)
Please join us for our regular monthly community work day this Saturday from 9a-1p. We will provide tools, gloves, water and snacks and much appreciation!
Visit us on Facebook and let us know if you can help us on Saturday (and bring a friend!). Thanks!