A Riverside Neighborhood Group
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Ideas? Join the Tequesquite Community Garden Discussion Group
Whether in a shrub, a tree, or a nest box, bird nests are all around us. By monitoring a nearby nest you can help scientists study the biology of North America’s birds and how it might be changing over time. Every spring and summer, volunteers from across the country visit nests and report their findings to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s NestWatch program. As a NestWatcher, you keep tabs on bird family life, following the progression from incubated eggs, to fuzzy chicks, to gawky…Continue
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We recently moved back into the wood streets area after 10 years away. We greatly missed it here. In the three weeks that we have been in the new house, we painted the outside and pulled out the lawn. Below you will see some of the pics of the result of a few weeks of planning and a busy weekend. we have finished the left side of the front yard. Just started the right side and have some ideas for the divider between the sidewalk and the…Continue
The Wood Streets Green Team is a local group dedicated to providing resources for sustainable living. Though the Team is geographically located in the Wood Streets neighborhood, all Riverside residents are invited to join the Team!
Green Team Topics:
The Green Team's Mission is to assist Wood Streets and Riverside residents in increasing the sustainability of their lifestyles.
The Green Team's Vision is to become a model sustainable community and have a voice in promoting sustainable living in the City of Riverside.
The following are the Wood Streets Green Team goals:
The Team is led by a board and holds regular workshops and events during the year.
Click to join the Wood Streets Green Team email distribution list.