On October 29 & November 5, volunteers will be joining us for two days of prairie cleanup and planting.
Volunteers, including local community members and Navy volunteers from the local base, will sweep several of our fields for large rocks and debris. This process will make the fields safe for mowing with our tractor. Mowing is an important management tool to reduce the spread of non-native plants.
We will be sure to post pictures of these work days in a few weeks!
Holly M. Kress
Resource Development Officer
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