Join Greenspace Director Richard Hawley as he describes how to grow a Monterey Pine from a tiny seed to a sprout ready to plant in the Winter of 2020. Special thanks to volunteer videographer Dr. Bob Cichowski and assistant Sharon Harvey. Happy Earth Day!
We hope to gather in 2021 for an idyllic and a wonderful show of Cambria community coming together to celebrate, preserve and protect our lovely home.
For the time being, wash your hands, cherish your loved ones and our planet, and stay safe!
Cambria Virtual Earth Day
Soto’s True Earth Market and Greenspace -The Cambria Land Trust were to partner again for Earth Day 2020 at the Greenspace Creekside Reserve to share their vision and commitment to healthy and environmentally sound practices on the unique north coast area of San Luis Obispo County. Unfortunately the Earth Day event could not be held this year due to COVID 19 global pandemic.
To take a virtual tour of planned participants please click on these links including the Santa Lucia Sierra Club, the Cambria Forest Committee, Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve, and the Center for Biological Diversity who each promote restoration of Cambria’s unique Monterey Pine Forest and coastal watersheds, educational hikes, and nature and advocacy programs.
For information on an attractive village atmosphere through the Dark Skies initiative and other programs see Beautify Cambria.
Visit ECOSLO, the Friends of the Elephant Seals, Citizens Climate Lobby, and the SLO Chapter of Surfrider to better understand their promotion of the coastal environment through enjoyment, education and outreach, as well as providing details on their annual beach clean ups and outreach programs.
In addition, the Watershed Stewards Program, Creeklands Conservation, and the Coastal Discovery Center provide much-needed information on water conservation, rainwater harvesting, and demonstrate how to avoid stormwater pollution to maintain a healthy watershed.
the Hidden Kitchen and Central Coast Vegans provide and promote locally sourced food grown in the watershed, eco-friendly restaurants and markets, and stewardship through healthy eating and sustainable farming practices.
This year we hoped to feature All Good Products, doTERRA Essential Oils, and True Skin organics, and businesses that promote health and wellness such as Tula Yoga, or spirituality via the Unitarian Universalist Church so please see their websites for more information.
Recycling opportunities thru Tableware Share, zero waste education provided by Integrated Waste Management Authority, and energy alternative options include Solarponics, and Community Choice Energy, Gowdy Electric is our go to local expert in home solar installations.
Kids of all ages have fun with monthly activities provided by the Greenspace Nature Club led by childhood education Sue Davis. They can also learn about planting native plants at Greenspace’s Native Plant garden. Cambria’s Camp Ocean Pines provides education and activities for children of all ages and Cambria Bike Kitchen focuses on refurbishing used bicycles and making them available to the community and raise awareness of the local youth cycling club.