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Lastest news from our BFS News Blog!

Scenes from cattail cutting – weeks 1 & 2
1 October 2019
The first two volunteer workdays of the 2019-2020 academic year were, as usual, devoted to cutting back cattails in pHake Lake. The cattails weren’t planted when the lake was first constructed. They got there on their own, and, boy, do they love it! They grow very tall and thick ... More

BFS volunteer workdays – looking back and moving forward
17 September 2019
As we move into a new academic year – and a new season of volunteer workdays – it’s fun and satisfying to look back on what we accomplished last year and to look at some photos not previously posted... More

California Invasive Species Action Week! Green Crew helps out at the BFS!
10 June 2019
The California Department of Fish & Wildlife designated June 1-9 as “California Invasive Species Action Week“, and we at the BFS are doing our part! We teamed up the Sustainable Claremont’s Green Crew to remove invasive plants ... More

Parkway flowers delight passersby and insects
20 March 2019
While walking along Foothill Blvd to the field station, you may be enjoying the masses of Common Fiddleneck (Amsinckia intermedia) and Distant Phacelia (Phacelia distans) blooming in the parkway, as the unusually rainy winter has promoted our very own mini-“Super Bloom”... More

More Sahara Mustard photos
1 March 2019
As noted in the previous post, Sahara Mustard (Brassica tournefortii) has been a focus of volunteer efforts this semester, and here are a few photos from our first Sahara Mustard removal day on January 19. Thanks to Gerardo Vitale for some great pictures! ... More

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