Creating a Hard Rd. Native Corridor

Saturday, April 15th, 2017 from 9:00am to 3:00pm (ET)


As the construction along Hard Rd. comes to an end, help restore the area by creating native habitat along the Hard Rd. corridor.  We'll have native perennials, shrubs, and trees to plant and distribute.  We'll also be helping to clean up the corridor and get the Northwest Library's gardens ready for the coming season.  Franklin County Master Gardeners and landscape experts and naturalists will be on hand to help you decide what will work best in your habitat.  This will be a great time to learn about habitat creation and restoration and to get your hands dirty.  Tasks will range from the simple for young and less mobile to complex/strenuous for those looking for a challenge.
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Requirement Details
We'll try to have activities for all ages and skill levels.
We'll have snacks, but the major benefits of this project are making connections with community members and helping to create native habitats that will flourish and provide benefits for years to come. Bring your kids so they'll have something to look back at as the area improves.
Parking Details
Park near the back of the library
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