Help CBF restore upland forest habitat on our Kent County farm! Volunteers will be planting 1,000 trees and shrubs at the Harry C. Green Wildlife Preserve.
Trees provide food and shelter for wildlife, provide cleaner air and cooler temperatures, increase property values, sequester carbon, and reduce polluted runoff. These plantings are critical to our clean water efforts, capturing and filtering out pollution before it enters our streams and tributaries, and helping alleviate flooding through stabilizing the soil.
No experience is necessary and all supplies are provided. Families, children accompanied by an adult, and groups are all welcome.
We will provide full details about the location and directions the week before the event.
Space is limited so register now!
Questions about this event? Contact David Tana at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-482-2156.
[If you have technical difficulty registering, send an email to email@example.com and we'll get you registered asap.]