The 26th was spent pulling more mustard at Largo Vista. We had 20 volunteer fire fighters come and help pull with us. The next day we had 16 volunteers help us pull at Largo Vista again. We met Brian back at the fire barracks. The 28th and 29th were both spent at Indian Canyon. We split up into three groups and Brian (our Program Manager) came with us and helped us to pull Melilotus officinalis (Sweetclover), Prickly Lettuce, Rabbits Foot, several types of mustards along with several types of bromes from the riparian areas we worked. We bagged everything (minus the Sweetclover) that we pulled and kept an eye out for Tamarix ramosissima (Saltcedar) and Spanish Broom because they are two of the highest priorities, but we did not see any. After trying to avoid Poison Oak and southern California’s infamous Poodledog Bush, we headed home after a long work week.