Fall Bosque Field Restoration Day

Class Details

An in-person event: see below for COVID precautions we will be taking to keep our volunteers safe.

Help us restore Bosque habitat, Yerba Mansa, & other native plants! This is a joint endeavor with our 501(c)3 non-profit sister organization the Yerba Mansa Project.

Our restoration work includes the removal of invasive non-native Ravenna Grass from the understory along with the replanting and reseeding of native grasses, herbs, and shrubs. These events are open to all members of the community, so bring your family & friends!

Work takes place at our Albuquerque restoration site located along Tingley Drive, south of Central.

Wear protective, long sleeve clothing and bring plenty of water, as well as work gloves and a shovel, if you have them. City of Albuquerque Open Space will be there to train our work crew and provide gloves & tools for anyone who needs them.

Please RSVP here or below with the number in your group so we know how many volunteers to expect. This is especially important due to COVID precautions. We will be limiting our group size, staggering arrival times, and making sure to space out small work groups or individuals.

  • Class Date: Saturday September 26
  • Class Time: 9 am – 12 pm
  • Cost: Free
  • Location: Tingley Drive, south of Central. Park in the lot at the south end of all the fishing ponds, which is .8 miles south of Central.
  • Please RSVP below!