Canyon Day Schedule
Canyon Day Clean-up is scheduled as follows. Please join us! Community service credit is available, all participants receive a free t-shirt (while supplies last) and a certificate of participation.
Saturday, April 6, 2013
8:45 a.m. Meet at the Tecolote Canyon Nature Trail trailhead at corner of Marlesta and Genessee.
9:00 a.m. Park Ranger Janice Lavallee will provide a safety talk before the canyon cleanup, which will involve trash and invasive species removal. Tools and supplied are provided.
9:15 a.m. Clean-up begins. Information talks about the flora, fauna and geology of the canyon will be presented by Professors Leslie Seiger, Don Barrie and Bill Brothers of the canyon a.m. to 1 p.m. Cleanup: 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
12:00 to 1 p.m. Refreshments, certificate presentation.
NOTICE TO PARTICIPANTS
* Volunteers meet at the Tecolote Canyon trailhead near the corner of Genesee and Marlesta.
* Not recommended for children under 10 years of age. Children under 18 must have TWO signed waiver slips (click here for Mesa College waiver formand City of San Diego Waiver Form) or be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Closed-toed shoes required. Questions? Call 619-388-2942
* Closed-toe shoes, long pants and long-sleeve shirts are required.
PARKING: Park along Marlesta and Genessee, or in Lot #1, Mesa College; parking is free and permits are NOT required for the day. Drop offs can be made at the trailhead site; please be careful and use crosswalks while crossing Genessee. (Click on Canyon Day Map at left for locations).
THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW:
- Volunteers meet at the Tecolote Canyon trailhead near the corner of Genesee and Marlesta. Parking along Marlesta Drive. (Click on Canyon Day Map at left)
- Children under 18 must have TWO signed waiver slips (click here for Mesa College waiver form and City of San Diego Waiver Form) or be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Closed-toed shoes required. Questions? Call 619-388-2942.
- Not recommended for children under 10 years of age.
- Ranger Janice Lavallee of Tecolote Canyon Natural Park will lead the canyon cleanup. Canyon cleanup activities will include trash and invasive species removal.
- Tool and supplied are provided.
- Closed-toe shoes, long pants and long-sleeve shirts are required.
We're looking for someone to create our YouTube video for this year's event; please contact email@example.com or call 619-388-2759.
CANYON CLEAN-UP 2013 -- April 6, 2013
Join us for Canyon Clean-up 2013. Watch for more details to be posted here soon. We've grown so much that we may need to post a sign-up sheet for volunteers, so check back here often!
Due to inclement weather and safety reasons, the Canyon Clean-up slated for , Sat., March 17, 2012 had to be cancelled.Try as we did, we were not able to find another Saturday in April or May without conflicting with important campus and/or community events in Linda Vista and Clairemont. Thanks to all of you who called and emailed asking for the new date... we are getting so popular!
If you would like to receive email notifications regrarding Canyon Cleanup 2013, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest and support of Canyon Day!
Wow! What a turnout!
Thank you so much for coming out to help clean our beautiful Tecolote Canyon! Professor Don Barrie and Ranger Janice Lavalle report that more than 206 community members, high school students and Mesa College students came out to clean Tecolote Canyon! Volunteers filled a huge dumpster truck with shopping cards, mattresses and literally, tons of trash and invasive species.
Check out the photos on our Facebook page(“like us” while you're there, and tag your photos!)
It was great to have Profs. Barrie, Bill Brothers and Leslie Seiger on hand, and even more wonderful to have our Interim President Liz Armstrong present. But YOU really made it happen! If you did not receive your certificate of participation, please email Lina Heil at email@example.com. We just got more printed and they will be in the mail shortly.
We're On YouTube!
Watch a video of the 2010 Canyon Cleanup
Watch a video of the 2008 Canyon Cleanup