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Sat, Nov 11



MiniNature Reserve Installation + Live Utility Box Painting: Tswana'atl 'Ishup

An MNR is a native garden in a public park, school, parkway, or small business storefront. MNRs are our way of restoring and preserving nature in urban environments.

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MiniNature Reserve Installation + Live Utility Box Painting: Tswana'atl 'Ishup
MiniNature Reserve Installation + Live Utility Box Painting: Tswana'atl 'Ishup

Time & Location

Nov 11, 2023, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Oxnard, Oxnard, CA, USA


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What is a MiniNature Reserve Installation?

A MiniNature Reserve (MNR) is a native garden planted by volunteers in a parkway, school, local park, or other small area. A MNR Installation is the event in which we do the planting.

What are we doing in this workshop?

We will be pruning plants that are currently there. Pulling weeds. Putting in more coastal sage scrub species. While this is happening JM from Dead and Rad will be doing a live Utility Box Painting.

What should I expect?

We will be outdoors for this event. Dress comfortably and be ready to get dirty! Before participating, you MUST sign a waiver, you MUST wear an Orange Vest (we will provide), and you MUST wear gloves. We will be digging holes, putting plants in the ground, working with tools, & more. There are NO RESTROOMS on site. The closest one is in the ODMD office a block down. 

To receive exact location, you must RSVP. We will send out the location A few days in advance, the day prior, and the day of.

Should I bring anything?

-Gardening gloves


-Sun Protection

If you would like to bring a plant to put in the ground or some seeds to spread, we will take any of the following species for this garden:

Coastal sagebrush

Purple sage

Black sage

Bush sunflower

CA buckwheat

Conejo buckwheat

Ashy leaf buckwheat

Cliff buckwheat

Golden Bush

Black Sage

Monkey Flower

California Fuschia

Bladder pod

Silver Bush Lupine

Coyote bush


Golden yarrow



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