200 Black Oaks Planted at the Robert C. Kirkwood Entrance!

With the help of nearly 100 dedicated and hardworking volunteers over two weekends, Sempervirens Fund planted 200 black oak trees and did a variety of other stewardship projects at the site of the new Robert C. Kirkwood Entrance to Castle Rock State Park. Thanks to these incredible people, future generations will walk, relax and picnic beneath the towering crowns of majestic black oak. We can't thank everyone enough!

Check Out Our New Ethnobotanical Demonstration Garden Video

From March 23 to March 25, 2018, Sempervirens Fund volunteers, the Amah Mutsun Land Trust Native Stewardship Corps and members of the Muwekma Ohlone joined forces to plant an ethnobotanical demonstration garden at Castle Rock State Park's new Robert C. Kirkwood entrance. The AMLT Native Stewards have designed and will manage a beautiful project that will share food and utility plants and their stories with park visitors. The new entrance, which will officially open on Sept. 29 during the gala celebration of the park's 50th anniversary. For more information. visit http://www.castlerock50.com. (Video: David Royal)