VOLUNTEER RESTORATION WORKDAY AT MOUNTWOOD PARK THIS SATURDAY 9-Noon

I will be assisting in a volunteer restoration workday at Mountwood Park in Wood County this Sat., May 4th from 9-Noon. 

This is a gem of a local park, but the trails and bike paths are being invaded by autumn olive and other invasive plants! Our goal is to tackle some of the woody invasives along the most popular paths near Mountwood Lake.  Come join us in making Mountwood Park even more beautiful.  Behind this invasive brush are many wonderful spring flowers!  We will provide gloves, tools, water and snacks.  Please share with your networks!

Meet at the Marina parking lot near the museum.  For more information contact: Reinhard 304-483-1554.

Mark Krivchenia

Broughton Nature Preserve, Steward

Friends of the Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge, President

Society of Ecological Restoration, Midwest Great Lakes Chapter, Board Member

“Be joyful though you have considered all of the facts” (Wendell Berry)

 

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