Habitat Restoration Volunteer Workday
September 24 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Asian bush honeysuckle is a highly invasive shrub that does not benefit native plants or wildlife. Removing it makes you a habitat hero! Join Red-tail Land Conservancy on Saturday, September 24th from 10am-12pm to cut down honeysuckle and help restore the beautiful forest in Munsee Woods near Muncie, IN.
- What to wear: Please wear long sleeves, pants, and sturdy closed-toed shoes. Hats are recommended.
- What to bring: Bring plenty of water to stay hydrated. If you have work gloves and loppers, we suggest you bring them. If not, loppers and disposable gloves will be provided.
- Directions & Parking: Munsee woods is located at 5701 S 475 E Muncie, Indiana 47302. Turn off County Road S 475 E onto a gravel road and drive half a mile until the road dead-ends in a grassy parking lot.
- Age requirements: Because of the dense vegetation, this workday is not suitable for young children.
- COVID-19: This event is entirely outdoors. Red-tail follows current CDC guidelines in regards to the preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Because of space limitations in the parking area, registration is required. Please let us know you are coming! If you represent a group, the registration form has a space to note how many people will attend.