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December 11th, 2008 By | News | Posted In: Environment

Tree Planting, Not Cutting


Not worried about freezing your ninnies off to help the environment? Then the Friends of the Great Miami have a job for you!

“There will be another Friends of the Great Miami tree planting this Saturday along the banks of the Great Miami River at the Oxbow Wetland,” says a press release about the event. “The Friends would welcome your participation to help restore the riparian corridor, reduce stream bank erosion and enhance habitat along this scenic river system.”

Here are the specifics:

Event: Riparian Corridor Planting at the Oxbow Wetland

Date: Saturday, Dec. 13

Time: 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Event Contact: E-mail Bob Minges at bminges@fuse.net if you have questions or would like to participate.

What to bring: a shovel (if you have it) and water

What to wear: outdoor work clothes that can get wet and/or dirty – boots, gloves and old pants.

Care to join the Friends as a member? Membership is a tax deductible donation $25 for an adult, $35 for two adults, $50 for a business or an organization, free for students under 18.

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