Posted on behalf of the Connecticut River Conservancy:
This Saturday is Green-up Day. Many of you may have plans already, but if you don’t, please join Kathy Urffer, River Steward for the Connecticut River Conservancy (and local businesses, organizations and friends) to remove tires from the wetlands adjacent to the West River on Spring Tree Road. We will be meeting at 8:30 am at The Marina Restaurant (28 Spring Tree Road, Brattleboro, VT) on Saturday, May 4th and will be working on this until around noon.
Agenda for day:
8:00 am: Kathy on site for set up
8:30 am: volunteers arrive: welcome, job delegation, training
9:00 am: GO! CLEAN! GO!
12:30 pm: finish up and cleanup
Kathy will have: trash bags, gloves, t-shirts, tire and trash tally sheets, tarps You should bring: bug spray, water bottle, muck boots/ hip or chest waders, sunscreen (dare to dream!), carabiners for your keys and if you are willing, extra tarps (they will get dirty!)
Thanks in advance if you can come help out! Please spread the word! ~ For questions, contact Kathy Urffer, River Steward, Connecticut River Conservancy, formerly Connecticut River Watershed Council. 802-258-0413. firstname.lastname@example.org
Image courtesy of Green Up Vermont. More Green Up Day activities featured in the Brattleboro Reformer. Click through for more info.