Getting Dirty at Wetlands Park #USA
On November 13, 2021, Shine City Project helped out at Wetlands Park again. The five Shine City Project volunteers joined others in offering their support in planting native plants in an area of the nature preserve. A couple of the flora planted were: desert globemallow, a flowering shrub common in the Mojave desert, and saltgrass, which is a species of grass that grows in salty soil conditions at Wetlands Park.
After removing the plants from their pots and putting them into their respective holes, wire cages were placed around the plants to help prevent animals such as rabbits from eating them. This action will help ensure their growth and survival.