Local Habitat Restoration Projects (Non-Chapter)
Ulistac Natural Area
Ulistac, the last 40 acres of open space in the City of Santa Clara, was designated a city park on January 20, 1997. People often visit Ulistac to learn about native plants and ecology, bird watch, jog, walk their dogs, and to enjoy the outdoors.
Regularly scheduled workdays involve watering, weeding, mulching, and planting hundreds of oaks and native plants.
No experience is necessary to volunteer on restoration work days. People of all ages and abilities are welcome. Special volunteer events for corporations, classes, and other groups can be scheduled on request for both weekday and weekend times.
Off Lick Mill Blvd. between Hope Dr. and Tasman Dr., Santa Clara.
Work sessions are held twice a month, on the first Saturday of the month and the third Sunday of each month, from 10am-1pm.