Native Planting & Invasive Removal with NC Wildlife Federation!
April 13th, 1-4 pm
Volunteers will be planting native plants and removing invasive plants at Westover Park in Durham. If it is a large group, we will have some volunteers pick up trash as well. This project will be in collaboration with the Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association.
17 Acre Wood Nature Preserve, 1900 Maryland Avenue, Durham, NC 27705.
Parking is available beside Westover Park, at the end of Maryland Avenue. After parking, you’ll find the paved West Ellerbe Creek Trail at the end of Maryland Avenue. Take a left to enter 17-Acre Wood and notice the creek on your right.
Participants should bring work gloves if they have them, water, and whatever else they need to be comfortable working outside all afternoon.
NCWF will be providing the plants, gardening tools, and some gardening gloves.
Nope! Just bring big smiles and get ready to do some good.
This is a rain or shine event. If the weather conditions prohibit a specific project from taking place, we will work with you and the project host to coordinate an alternate date.
Contact your team representative for any questions leading up to the event. For day-of questions, please contact Seana Finn. Email: email@example.com | Day-Of Phone: 845-423-9870
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