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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.

Registration is not required, but recommended so messages about the event can be sent to you directly in case of weather or other reasons which could result in postponement or cancelation.

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Date: September 24
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Venue Name: Munsee Woods
Address: 5701 S 475 E
Selma, IN 47383 United States


Organizer Name: Red-tail Land Conservancy
Phone: (765) 288-2587
Website: fortheland.org