Do you want a break from the job/kids/husband/dog but don’t have a good excuse to leave them at home on Saturday morning? Try this: tell them you are going to remove invasive species with The Nature Conservancy. The kids can’t come because minimum age is 16, the husband has to watch the kids and pets aren’t allowed. Then come out here and enjoy stimulating conversation while pulling weeds in the forest surrounded by spring wildflowers and migrating birds. Bring two or more friends and we’ll give you big chewy cookies and bubbly drinks at the end of the day.
We will meet by North Raisin Center Highway 0.2 miles south of the intersection of Ives Rd and N Raisin Center Hwy south of Tecumseh (put those road names in your GPS and go 0.2 miles south when your GPS says you have arrived). This is NOT by the big Nature Conservancy sign on Sutton Road but by the small temporary sign on Raisin Center Highway, the same place we have always met. North Raisin Center Highway is Evans Street in Tecumseh. If you are new, be sure you are at the meeting area by 8:50 because you will never find the work area otherwise. We will finish by 1 PM.
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