Join the Greenius to Defeat Vile Vandals & Restore Hope & Trees

Let me tell you how pissed off I was the day after Thanksgiving when I read this headline in the Daily Breeze:

Vandals Uproot Saplings Planted by Youngsters

The story in a nutshell read, “Forget the financial loss.  Vandals crushed a lot more than that this week when they ripped out fledgling oak trees and smashed other plants being cultivated by dozens of young people from across the South Bay in Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park.

It steamed my chaps and I wasn’t about to let it go.  I work with a lot of great young people in my environmental efforts and to find out that low class creeps, whoever they are, think they can destroy the best efforts of kids giving their free weekend time to try an improve one of our local parks was just something I am not willing to put up with.  And you shouldn’t either.  That’s why I’m asking you to join me next Saturday, December 10, at 9am at Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park, to work with Martin Byhower, who heads up the park’s volunteer restoration efforts, and the young volunteers, to repair the damage and help them with their restoration efforts.  I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the spirit of the season. Continue reading