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Join Columbus Audubon in a work day for Earth Day at Green Lawn Cemetery on Saturday April 14th from 9am to Noon. The main effort of the work day will be focusing on an ongoing project in the ravine at Green Lawn which involves clearing honeysuckle and planting back native shrubs and wildflowers. It is the mission of Columbus Audubon to promote the appreciation, understanding and conservation of birds, other wildlife and their habitats for present and future generations. Green Lawn Cemetery is one of the oldest and largest cemeteries in Ohio and it represents habitat that is part of our very own Important Bird Area right in the heart of Columbus!
We ask that volunteers come prepared to work with sturdy shoes and work gloves as well as plenty of water and sunscreen. Additionally, we are in need of a few pairs of loppers to help with this project if volunteers are willing to bring their own.
We are looking forward to a great day working on our wildlife habitat at Green Lawn, hope you can join us!
Come prepared to work with sturdy shoes, work gloves, water bottle and sunscreen
13 Positions Filled | 6 Impacts | 18 Hours