Call For Volunteers

Tuesday, October 15th, 2019

Help restore the Wild Branch of the Lamoille River!

Date: Oct 26th, 2019 (Rain or shine)

Time: 10 am

Location: 2526 N. Wolcott Rd.

A flood chute stabilization project was completed along the Wild Branch River in Wolcott in the spring of 2019. There are approximately 2 acres that were disturbed in the process. The Lamoille County Conservation District (LCCD) is seeking volunteers to plant conservation trees in the floodplain area to further stabilize the area and protect Wolcott Rd. from flood damage. Bring comfortable and warm outdoor clothes, boots and work gloves if you have them. LCCD will supply shovels and work gloves as well.

RSVP to Peter Danforth at 802-521-3004 or lccddirector@gmail.com if you wish to help. Thanks!

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