Date: Saturday June 3, 2017
Time: 10am to noon
Location: Halle Ravine, on Trinity Pass Road close to the intersection with Donbrook Road.
Wildflowers are under siege from deer browse, affecting pollinators across the region. You can help by joining our team effort to plant and find valuable native flowers and fence them. Learn how to identify both plants and mushrooms at this volunteer work session open to all ages.
Please pre-register for parking tips and weather-related information by emailing email@example.com, or call (914) 205-3533.
Sixteen people attended our end-of-year Saturday morning work session at Halle Ravine and helped to remove old bridges from deep in the Preserve. Students and seniors, mothers, and dads all carried out boards and even one entire bridge, as shown in this video. Together we are stronger! We leave the forest, stream, and trails in better shape after much work in Halle Ravine in 2016. Projects are ongoing to control invasive species around the pond, with planting planned for this Spring. We also plan to replace the decking on one or more bridges next year. Be in touch to lend a hand!