Habitat restoration events, which regularly take place in Cupertino, are popping back up this week. Two events are set to help clean up and restore parts of the McClellan Ranch area of the West Valley city.
The first, part of the ongoing series of restoration events organized by Grassroots Ecology, is set for Wednesday, November 13, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. That event focuses on restoring “grassland meadow ecosystem and provide habitat for native wildlife at McClellan Ranch Preserve.”
The second, also organized by Grassroots Ecology, is set for Saturday, November 16, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Sponsored by a Friends of Stevens Creek Trail grant, this event will help remove non-native species, plant native plants, and give participants a chance to connect with the natural environment.
Both events take place at McClellan Ranch Preserve in Cupertino, 22221 McClellan Rd., with parking available. The sundial by the meadow will serve as the muster point.