Thank you to all our volunteers who came out on MLK Day for our first restoration volunteer event of the New Year! We had a blast in the North Fork Cosumnes watershed restoring habitat just above Big Canyon Creek. Our awesome volunteers amazingly ripped a quarter of an acre of soil by hand and scattered duff and woody debris down the entire unauthorized OHV route. We also had the opportunity to transplant seedlings to encourage vegetation growth and improve water infiltration into the soil. We even saw a beautiful Sierra Nevada Ensatina Salamander! We could not have asked for a more fun and successful day of restoration! Special thanks to Bre and Liz, SNAP members from UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center who drove down for the day just to volunteer with us!