310.457.6801, ext. 273, firstname.lastname@example.org 30 JUL 2008
GO WILD with Native Plants – August 11th at Malibu High School
On Tuesday, August 11, 2008 (exact time to be determined) the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains and the Malibu Boys and Girls Club will be putting native plants into a garden designed to improve water quality in Zuma Beach. Come over to Malibu High School and help us get dirty!
Water quality expert Jamie Rinehart will speak to the kids.
This project has been funded by a grant
State Water Resources Control Board via Proposition 50 and managed by the Santa
Monica Bay Restoration Commission.
The Nativescaping Teaching Garden at Malibu High School will improve water quality, restore native habitat, and provide an opportunity for our children to learn to grow native plants.
has been created by Sara Alexander at Rodriguez & Satterthwaite Design
Build Landscape, a garden design firm located in Topanga, California.
If you are interested in helping our kids to Go Wild with Native Plants, please contact our Project Manager, Irene Quinones at email@example.com or 818.597.8627 x 101.
SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
1651 16TH Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404
ph: 310.450.8338; fax: 310.581.1138