Central Savannah River Land Trust
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Central Savannah River Land Trust

  • 1340 W Martintown Road North Augusta SC 29860
  • November 2, 2019
  • All Day

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Central Savannah River Land Trust

November 2, 2019

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Central Savannah River Land Trust

November 2, 2019

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We’ll be working on the Greystone Preserve – a 262-acre protected forest and outdoor classroom in North Augusta where the community can learn about the natural world through hands-on activities. We will work in our edible forest and the surrounding area. Some work will include: – Construction projects such as laying pavers for a BBQ area, building a small wooden deck – Garden projects such as planting fruit trees, mulching blueberry bushes, weeding veggie beds – Painting projects and other interior work on our new bathroom building

Additional Supplies Needed: If available, but not required: work gloves, garden tools, and small power tools.

Inclement Weather Plan: If it rains in the morning, then we will host the volunteers in the afternoon session. If it rains all day, we will have host the volunteers on the following Saturday.

Restrictions: Volunteers must be at least 10 years old. We ask that each minor is accompanied by an adult that will supervise their actions.

The Central Savannah River Land Trust is a nationally-accredited, local non-profit committed to safeguarding the CSRA’s forests, wetlands, and open spaces. By permanently preserving these important landscapes, we are protecting our quality of life today and leaving our children a legacy that will last for generations.

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Volunteer Coordinator: Hazel Cook, Owner