Habiat Restoration Volunteers Needed
Join us for a volunteer workday at the wild and wonderful Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge! We will be planting native shrubs, prepping for a future planting, and helping restore oak woodlands habitat. Wear waterproof footwear, bring gloves, and dress for the weather. Registration is encouraged, but not required. Contact Sarah Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org, Lynn Cornelius at email@example.com, or call 360-887-3883.
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