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|Age Limit||Family Friendly|
The students of Hubbard Mastery, located in the Short North, need your help in building a pollinator garden and outdoor classroom! Our goal is to create a space in our schoolyard to support environmental exploration and real-life observation. By creating a pollinator-friendly garden we will help preserve struggling local butterfly, bee, bird, and bat populations.
Please dress appropriately, dress in layers and prepare for inclement weather, wear toe-covering boots/shoes, and/or items you don’t mind getting dirty. Work gloves will be provided, but please bring a reusable water bottle. Tools, such as rakes, shovels, weeders will be provided but limited, if you feel comfortable please bring your own garden tools to use the day of.
As a thanks for your hard work, everyone can take home one free tree sapling to plant in your own yard, as well as a variety of other goodies from Green Columbus! Snacks and water will also be provided.
Pollinator Garden Assistance:
We need people to remove turf grass, weed/remove invasive plants, plant seedlings, plant seeds, lay walking stones, pour gravel, etc.
Outdoor Classroom Assistance:
We need help with staining the outdoor classroom picnic tables.
We need help with removing litter on site, raking up debris and leaves, removing weeds, mulching, painting recess pavement games, etc.
|Perks||Everyone helping at the event will be eligible to take home a free tree sapling to be planted in your own back yard. Free snacks and water will also be provided!|
|Parking Details||Parking in available in lot located behind school on Wilber Ave., as well as street parking on Wilber and Dennison Ave (no permit required).|
|Causes||Children & Youth Community Environment General Service|
|Skills||Cleanups Planting and Gardening|
61 Positions Filled | 24 Impacts | 88 Hours