Volunteers will help the Institute for Regional Conservation (IRC) remove invasive plants such as Oyster Plant and maintain trails throughout this privately owned pineland. This is a great opportunity to come learn more about the imperiled pine rockland habitat including plant identification and what restoration efforts go into restoring this kind of site. With less than 2% of this unique habitat left outside of Everglades National Park, restoration efforts on this habitat are incredibly important for the plants and animals that call this habitat home.
We will provide the exact address when volunteers RSVP, since this is being held at a privately owned pineland and we want to respect their privacy by not making the address public.
We will provide gloves, tools and light refreshments. Volunteers are advised to wear long pants and closed toed shoes for safety.
Questions can be sent to Alexander Blochel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-504-1690.
- Habitat Restoration
- Environmental Education
Good Match For
Teens People 55+
Requirements & Commitment
- 3 hours