Adopt a Spot volunteers at the cleanup

A busy summer so far

A new lead naturalist, Joe Moore, started at the Rotary Nature Center a few weeks ago (we were sad to see Angelina Manno go). He came from Discovery Center West and has jumped into the issues present at the center.

The bathrooms continue to be a vexing problem (stand around long enough and you’ll likely have someone ask about them). A new problem surfaced with the water ponds for the ducks… and Joe and another new staffer Terrence jumped into figuring out how to get them filled and cleaned with the help and advice.

The bees have also returned to the center — speaking of busy. Joe is intent on bringing some hands on activities and signage to program around them. And OMCA donated a table for a digital display which they will be helping with.

Katie Noonan organized an Adopt a Spot cleanup and about a dozen of us came out to help weed. We are looking at doing these on a more regular basis.

July 27th is the Billion Year walk,  from 10am-4pm starting from the Center, which a deep time exploration of the lake and our earth.

July 28th 11am is a celebration for the Green Monster, a project spearheaded by friends at the Lake Merritt Breakfast Club.

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