The Institute for Regional Conservation (IRC) is planning a volunteer event at the George N. Avery Pineland in Princeton, Florida, from 9:00am - 12:00pm on Saturday, April 17th. We have room for 8 volunteers to join us. We are keeping numbers small for this event as we need to abide by the CDC COVID-19 guidelines. The event will be focused on removing non-native and invasive species and also trash pick up. George N. Avery Pineland is a 2.5 acres pine rockland preserve. The IRC crew and past volunteers have helped push the preserve forward. Please join us and help us continue to make that happen.
Please wear long pants and sleeves (there is poisonwood and poison ivy on the preserve), closed-toe shoes, and mask. Please bring your own water and/or snacks, sunscreen. If you have your own gloves, please bring them, if not we will have some to hand out.
If you are interested in joining us on April 17th, from 9am-12pm, please RSVP!
If you have any questions, feel free to email Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About The Institute for Regional Conservation
100 East Linton Boulevard, Suite 302B, Delray Beach, FL 33483, US
A private non-profit organization, The Institute for Regional Conservation (IRC) is dedicated to the protection, restoration, and long-term management of biodiversity on a regional basis, and to the prevention of regional extinctions of rare plants, animals and ecosystems.
Based in Florida, USA, IRC works on conservation research and action throughout South Florida, the Caribbean and beyond. Our work is premised on an innovative idea of conservation that seeks to protect and restore viable populations of all plant and animal species within a region, rather than simply focusing on charismatic animals or plants with narrow global ranges.