Beautify Sidewalk Strip Next to Monroe Middle School - Volunteer Opportunity - Saturday 9 AM to 12 PM
Our City Forest has a grant, which ends February 28th, to provide free trees and shrubs within 2.5 mile radius from the 280/880 interchange. They have put together a proposal to plant trees and shrubs along the park strip outside Monroe Middle School on 2/10/18 from 9 AM to 12 PM.

Sign up to help and read more about the project below the sign-up form.

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Project Details
Our City Forest, Hamann Park and Monroe Middle School needs your help both for the planting and an ongoing basis. The biggest challenge and one we are still working on will be the long-term watering of these plants. These are all drought tolerant, so, once they are established, no additional watering is necessary.

Having said that, assuming we can figure out a good resolution to that challenge, we are looking to plant these on 2/10/18 and are looking for volunteers to help.

Our City Forest will be leading the effort, so no special skills are needed. Can't deliver muscle, then consider helping in some other way, such as helping with refreshments for the volunteers or helping to figure out a good solution for how we water these shrubs and trees on an ongoing basis. This is a collaborative project with the school and school district, as they have committed to providing the water.

As background, the City of San Jose has provided HPNA a matching grant of $1,750 to for this project. It will require matching volunteer hours to actually implement the solution; hence why the questions about whether you are interested in participating.

This is truly going to take a community effort to beautify this small strip of San Jose.

To learn more about the Our City Forest program, which is open to Hamann Park residents, go to:

http://winchesternac.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/TSA-Community-Planting.pdf

Our City Forest Proposal - Trees
These are the trees (indicated by the red squares (7) and green circles (9), 16 total that Hamann Park would be responsible for watering, although part of this burden would potentially be shared with Monroe/Campbell Unified School District (they have already committed to supplying the water).
Our City Forest Proposal - Shrubs
These are the shrubs (indicated by the red rectangle and turquoise rectangle, 126 total that Hamann Park would be responsible for watering, although part of this burden would potentially be shared with Monroe/Campbell Unified School District (they have already committed to supplying the water).
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