We’re back and we missed you!

It’s been an entire Program year since we hosted our last volunteer event. Though we missed our volunteers terribly, it was a necessary step to protect the safety of our crew and our volunteers. The crew has been hard at work all this time, waiting for the right time to welcome back volunteers.

We are happy to say that we are back! Our first volunteer event is Sat. Dec. 4th which has already “sold out” but we are scheduling more events as fast as we can. Be sure to check our eventbrite page to RSVP for upcoming work days.

Events might look a little different as we get comfortable with new safety protocols, and ensuring that we’re following state and local guidelines to minimize risk. For the time being, please bring your own work gloves, snacks and water!

We can’t wait to meet you all back in the field!

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