To start off the week the team went to Mount Gleason Road to pull Spanish Broom with the Weed Crew and four volunteers. The group found a massive Spanish Broom near the side of the road that had roots that were nearly eight feet deep. This required the group to dig a six foot hole until we could get the weed wrench around the root. As the week continued on, the team spent more time with the Weed Crew in riparian areas near Mount Gleason. The invasive species that the group pulled and bagged in the Mount Gleason riparian areas were Prickly Lettuce, Sisymbrium, Meditteranean Mustard, Rabbits Foot, and Saltcedar. On the final day of the week, the team went to Aliso Canyon to work in riparian areas. Although the group had relativly short drainages to survey, we ran into large patches of Sisymbrium and Prickly Lettuce that needed to be pulled and bagged.