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PLANTING NATIVE PLANTS AT LOCAL RIVER RESTORATION SITE and other activities

Saturday, April 2nd, 2016 from 9:00am to 12:00pm
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Positions2 Remaining
Age LimitAll Ages
Description
Volunteers will help plant native vegetation, remove invasive species and clean up along the West Fork White River off Deadhorse Mountain Road in Fayetteville. The site is one of Watershed Conservation Resource Center's local restoration projects in the area.
So if you like to dig in the dirt and experience the great outdoors, this is the volunteer project for you. You will need to wear boots and long pants.
Requirements
Need to wear closed toed shoes(preferably boots) and long pants, everyone will be given instructions upon arriving at the project site.
PerksYou get to enjoy the great OUTDOORS and work with nature!!
Parking DetailsWe will meet at our 380 West Rock Street Office in Fayetteville to sign in, receive instructions and carpool to work location. Please PARK in the NE corner lot off South School St, just South of the Fayetteville Public Library . Our office is located on NE corner of W. Rock street and South School.
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18 Positions Filled | 15 Impacts | 38 Hours

Location: Deadhorse Mountain Road and Stonebrige Road, West Fork White River banks, Fayetteville, AR 72701