Join the Oregon Dunes Restoration Collaborative work party at H Loop of Honeyman State Park to remove Scotch Broom from 10:00AM-Noon on Saturday, May 1st. Meet at the Parking Area for H Loop at the south end of Honeyman State Park overnight camping area. It will be a short walk to the work site, and we will be working on relatively level ground.
There is a maximum of 20 people who can attend, so it is important for you to email Brian Saunders, ODRC Outreach Coordinator at Brian@eugenecascadescoast.org if you plan on attending. Also be sure to let him know how many people are in your group.
PLEASE NOTE: We will need to stay at least 6 feet apart while working and wear face coverings in the parking area. Once we are away from the parking area, the face coverings won’t be necessary as long as we stay 6 feet apart.
BRING: If at all possible, bring your own tools and gloves. There are a variety of different sized broom plants, so saws, loppers and shovels will work. A hat, long pants, and sturdy, closed-toe boots or shoes are recommended. Bring your own drinking water and hand sanitizer. If you need tools, let Brian know when you email him. ODRC has tools and gloves that can be borrowed if you need them.
DIRECTIONS: Take Highway 101 SOUTH from Florence. Turn RIGHT at Jessie M. Honeyman State Park. Follow the main road and signs for overnight camping. Go past the visitor booth, staying on the main road until you reach H Loop. Follow the road until you see two parking areas next to a chain link fence. We will meet there.