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Invasive Plant Removal Work Day at Serenola

Join ACT interns and staff at Serenola Forest Preserve for a volunteer work day removing invasive plants. This work day is open to all interested volunteers. RSVP required.

WHAT TO WEAR & BRING

Be sure to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Bring water, lunch/snacks, bug spray, sunscreen, and hat.

WHEN

Tuesday, December 3rd

9:00 AM to 3:30 PM

WHERE

RSVP for exact meeting location.

ABOUT THE PRESERVE

Serenola Forest neighbors Oak Hammock at the University of Florida and Idylwild Elementary School. Serenola Forest is home to threatened plant and wildlife species and connects the woodland hammock to Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park. Thus offering larger wildlife much needed room to roam and protection. Saving Serenola Forest means a connected landscape that not only benefits natural space, but also people who love to hike, bike, view wildlife, and gather together with the people they care about. Learn more here.

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO RSVP

Contact Alachua Conservation Trust by phone: (352) 373-1078 or email: act.heather@gmail.com.