Everyone in Lincoln who has a concern or interest in open space is welcome to attend our meetings or volunteer at events. Please check “Upcoming Events” for our next meeting date or special event and we look forward to seeing you soon.
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WHO WE ARE
A volunteer group of concerned citizens who care about our community and have organized to become an advisory board to the City of Lincoln on open space and environmental issues.
To identify, protect, preserve and restore open space, wetlands, and woodlands in the Lincoln area to provide permanent wildlife corridors and native plant habitats for the benefit of the entire community.
Began in 2002 as a neighborhood group working to protect and enhance the Markham Ravine Park and open space areas along the ravine. Supported by the Mayor, city staff, and members of the City Council the group expanded to encompass the Auburn Ravine open space area. In 2008 the name changed officially to the “Lincoln Open Space Committee” and broadened its scope further to serve the entire city as well as the unincorporated areas surrounding Lincoln.
Second Wednesday of each month in the Twelve Bridges Library, 6 P.M. to approximately 7:30 P.M. We frequently have speakers come in to discuss open space issues and activities of other environmental and conservation groups. All residents are invited to attend, ask questions, and get involved.
· Managing annual Creek Day cleanups
· Tree planting, restoration of native plants
· Maintain maps of greater Lincoln open space and trail facilities
· Make recommendations on developments and public improvement projects
· Erection of barriers around trees endangered by beaver activity
· Work with other organizations such as SARSAS (Save Auburn Ravine Salmon and Steelhead), Dry Creek Conservancy and Sacramento Tree Foundation
· Educational forums
· Clarification of how open space is defined in the Lincoln General Plan