Ponds at Tyson Lagoon
Volunteer Dates for Tule Ponds
Students can work individual or in small groups; lots of outside
are open to all high school students, Eagle and Girl Scouts, Senior
Citizen groups, other community groups and individuals.
and Community Events
At least one member of
he Irvington Environmental Change should attend one of the days
above to learn about the projects and get assigned areas discussed.
Please download the 2 pdf's above
Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon, located in
Fremont (1999 Walnut Ave, behind
the Fremont BART station), is open for community service and service learning on the days listed below.
You do not need to sign up for the event, just drop in.
Wear appropriate clothes.
We highly recommend that you read the introductory articles on Tule Ponds so you get a sense of the area and projects. click here
Possible service project could include:
1. Removal of invasive species including ivy, blackberry,
pitchfork, and many other weeds
Projects can include some of the following topics:
You can find other project ideas by going to the following pages:
Other locations that may have possible projects (Math Science Nucleus only oversees projects at Tule Ponds).
Students, teachers, and community members interested in environmental restoration, volunteering, tree planting, or other functions of the Math Science Nucleus in Fremont, California area.
Community workdays are open to all high school students. You may email if you are planning to attend so we can have appropriate tools available. However drop in volunteers are welcomed. You should look at the information on our website on Tule Ponds. Projects that might be of interest to students can be found by clicking here. If you are interested please email Dr. Blueford (email@example.com) about a possible project. If you are not an Irvington Student and would like to do a longer term project, please email and we can arrange a project.