Removing cattails is an important part of the restoration process as they slow stream flow and promote the existence of exotic crayfish. These crayfish, among other exotic species, eat and compete with the endangered Ash Meadows Amargosa pupfish. Overgrown cattails and reeds will be cut along Crystal Springs outflow stream channel. Warning: you WILL get wet. Most places the water is knee-deep. However, in some places may be up to four feet deep. All participants should be comfortable swimming or wading in water.
Are you a strong communicator with the ability to enhance relationships? Interested in pursuing a career in public relations? Come to the Public Relations Info Night! Instructors and graduates of the Certificate in Public Relations Skills Program will give a presentation and answer questions about the program in this free session. This course is for anyone interested in working in business, government and non-profit public relations.
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