Earth Day 2017 is upon us on April 22.
Meet at the Prairie House to work on beautiful Wolf Road Prairie which will have many of its Spring plants blooming. A workday is also scheduled for both the Wolf Road Prairie and the garden of the Prairie House from 1 to 3 PM.
Also, from 1 to 4 PM you can drop off Food Pantry items on the Prairie House deck for those in need.
As part of the work of restoring Wolf Road Prairie is to remove and manage the invasive species – doing what nature did before the Europeans came to the Americas. Prairie fires would sweep across sometimes hundreds of thousands of acres periodically. This natural cycle of periodic burns were necessary to maintain the balance between prairies, savannas and woods. This spring, as in previous years, volunteers participated in burns as well as removing invasive plants at Wolf Road Prairie.
E.J. Neafsey will be conducting our Woodcock spotting event on both March 31, and April 8.
John Banaszak will be hosting the event on April 1 and April 7. Starting time just before sunset.