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CONTACT: REGINALD DURANT, DIRECTOR OF RESTORATION, (949) 335-8655
BACK TO NATIVES RESTORATION
BACK TO NATIVES RECEIVES $7,000 GRANT FROM ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FOR VOLUNTEER HABITAT RESTORATION PROGRAM
IRVINE, Calif., January 10, 2012 – Back to Natives Restoration, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit public charity has received a $7,000 grant from the Orange County Community Foundation (www.oc-cf.org) to support its Volunteer Habitat Restoration Program.
Back to Natives is collaborating with the City of Santa Ana at the Santiago Park Nature Reserve, where student volunteers will perform habitat quality monitoring, remove invasive plants and plant native plants. Volunteers will learn about the importance of biodiversity and habitat restoration as they perform meaningful community service to improve the Reserve for both wildlife and humans. Volunteer dates are listed on Back to Native’s website, www.backtonatives.org. Continue reading