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Tree and Shrub Planting at Jamaica Bay

October 28, 2016: 1:00PM to 4:00PM
Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center 175-10 Cross Bay Boulevard Queens, NY 11693 map
To Attend:
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Interested in connecting with nature and helping with conservation work in New York City?

Join the Nature Conservancy to help plant 10,000 native trees and shrubs at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge this October! This is a great opportunity to get outside, meet new people and make a difference. Get your hands dirty and reconnect with the land. TNC will provide the tools!

All are welcome! This activity is appropriate for families and children over the age of 12. Youth under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Please register anyone attending with you, including friends and family members.

Volunteers should bring and/or wear the following:
A water bottle
Clothes such as long plants and long sleeves that can get dirty and protect against poison ivy and ticks.
Sturdy shoes or hiking boots

With questions please email Joshua Carrera at [email protected].

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