Saturday, October 25, 2014 9-11am: Fall Work Day in Fugate Woods|
Location: Fugate Woods Main Entrance, 1000 North Road
Please join the Illinois Grand Prairie Master Naturalists of Livingston, McLean and Woodford counties for another great day to HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE at Fugate Woods.
Volunteer teams of adults will be learn to identify, treat and remove two invasive shrub species, and youth teams will plant native nut seed along the stream bank.
Fugate Woods and the associate Prairie Lands Foundation public natural areas are the recipients of The Clean Energy Community Foundation Community Stewardship Challenge Grant.
This generous 18-month grant-use period will match both funds and volunteers service hours, enabling Fugate Woods Nature Preserve, James Family Woods and The Bluestem Trail
stewardship in significant, long-term contributions to these habitats going forward. Your dedicated service does make a difference, and is genuinely appreciated.
Come enjoy a crisp Autumn day on the leaf-strewn trails!
All age volunteers are welcome. Activities require long sleeves and gloves for all. Lopper/clippers for adults; hand trowels for the youth.