The Freshwater Land Trust invites you to participate in a volunteer workday on Saturday, Oct. 27, at our Tapawingo Springs Wetlands Preserve! This preserve is one of the most important places the Freshwater Land Trust has protected due to its critical habitat for the endangered vermillion and watercress darters. During this workday, we will be removing privet and replanting native understory shrubs and trees to increase the potential habitat on site and to benefit the wetland health. Volunteers will also get a special sneak peek at one of our newest properties! This workday is part of a 5 Star Restoration Grant provided by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
When: Saturday October 27 at 9:00 am until noon
Where: Tapawingo Springs Preserve, Pinson, AL
Wear comfortable clothing and shoes that can get wet. Bring light tools (shovels, loppers) and gloves if you have them. Water and snacks provided.
Directions: From downtown Birmingham, take 20E/59N to Exit 134 (AL 75 N/ Roebuck Parkway). Take a left off the exit and travel on AL 75 N for 7.2 miles. Take a right onto Bud Holmes Road/Pinson Main Street and travel for 0.7 miles. Turn left on Tapawingo Road, travel for 0.1 miles. We will meet at a red gate on the right side of the road.
For more information contact Rebekah Parker 205.417.2775 or firstname.lastname@example.org