Strawberry Stand Kiosk
Late June 2004 - Everything's in Place!
The Friends of the San Dieguito River Valley joined the effort Saturday June 12 and the Del Mar Rotarians, at least 20 in number, were back on Saturday the 19th to finish up the site work and install the interpretive panels. The pictures below were taken June 22nd.
Below is part of the entry walk leading up to the Strawberry Stand Wetland Learning Center. Interpretive Signs line the walkway. The willow bundles were a scout project by Scout John Baber, Troop 688. The benches were a scout project by Scout Jeffrey Marsch, Troop 766.
Long-time Volunteer Jerry Rockwell, next to one of the Interpretive Signs about the Wetland Restoration Project.
Park Planner Shawna Anderson appreciates one of the Interpretive Signs targeted to children.
Below is a close-up of the new Wetland Learning Center. Can you spot the rectangular box located near the top left of the structure? That's an owl box, built by Scout Nicholas Chambers, Troop 680.
Here's a close-up of the translucent wall panels on the Center.
The end of the "trail", for now, looks out over the soon-to-be restored wetlands.
Last but not least, these intriguing structures are batboxes, built by Scout John Griswald, Scout Troop 782.
Thanks to all, and see you at the dedication on the 26th, from 4-6 p.m. Come enjoy the refreshments, the camaraderie and sense of accomplishment, and learn more about the project.
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