Hosted by: Michigan Audubon Society
Help Michigan Audubon improve bird habitat by removing invasive species! We are cutting down invasive autumn olive shrubs from the meadow. We provide hand saws, loppers, and leather gloves. This workday will happen Thursday, October 30th from 3pm - 7pm, pending good weather.
Removing autumn olive is essentially "dirty work" and you are guaranteed to get a good workout. Please wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts, and close-toed shoes or boots. You will break a sweat and you will get dirty. Bring drinking water and a snack if you plan to work hard.
Come out for an afternoon of battling invasive species and get your class volunteer credit and workout done before the weekend!
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Please RSVP to Rachelle at email@example.com if you plan to attend. I will bring enough gloves, water, and snacks but only if I know you're coming. Thanks!
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