Hosted by: Michigan Audubon Society
Bernard W. Baker Sanctuary is Michigan Audubon's first sanctuary and holds almost 900 acres of protected lands. Michigan Audubon is in the process of a large-scale habitat restoration project that needs your help!
The restoration area has an excessive amount of woody debris on the ground that needs to be piled up so that native seed can be planted in June. We are looking for outdoorsy volunteers that enjoy a day of light physical work. Volunteers will use rakes and good ol' muscle to pile branches and sticks. It isn't glamorous work, but boy do we need your help! Volunteers will enjoy a great day in the outdoors, viewing wildlife and birds while working. A great workout is guaranteed! Please consider spending a few hours or a day helping the sanctuary.
Lunch and drinks will be provided for our hard-working volunteers! Please wear good work clothes, sturdy shoes or boots, and a hat. Sunscreen, bug spray, and lots of water are needed. We will have extra spray and sunscreen on hand.
This event is flexible and volunteers can help anytime from 8am - 5pm. If you are interested in helping, but can't attend on Tuesday, please contact Rachelle to find out how you can help.
A HUGE thank you!
No one has signed up yet, but you could be the first!