October 12th & Nov 2: Honeysuckle Hacks on the Al Foster Trail
We need your help to restore native habitat on the Al Foster Memorial Trail! On Saturdays October 12 & November 2, volunteers will remove invasive bush honeysuckle in this conservation area along the Meramec Greenway in Wildwood, MO. Your assistance will help improve water quality, enhance wildlife habitat, and create a healthier environment for all.
Register to volunteer: https://owlsfall2019.eventbrite.com
Volunteers will meet at the Al Foster Trailhead. The trail is located near the intersection of Grand Ave. and Washington Ave. in the Glencoe Community. Parking is available at the trailhead.
We will provide necessary tools, gloves, snacks, and water for this event. Please wear sturdy shoes and dress for the weather. Youth ages 15 and up are welcome to join with the accompaniment of a parent or guardian. Please bring a reusable water bottle.
This event is sponsored in part by The Open Space Council, Missouri American Water, Great Rivers Greenway, St. Louis County Parks, Missouri State Parks, and the City of Wildwood. Learn more at: www.amwater.com/moaw/, www.greatriversgreenway.org, www.stlouisco.com/parksandrecreation, www.mostateparks.com and www.cityofwildwood.com.