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UM Dearborn Environmental Interpretive Center Could Use Help
Help the Environmental Interpretive Center take care of a local natural treasure. Each month, join other volunteers go afield to the campus Environmental Study Area to remove invasive plants. It’s a great way to get out in nature, get a little exercise, and make a big difference to the health of the Area today and tomorrow. Through hands-on experience you’ll also become more familiar with the stewardship values and practices which are woven into the Center’s habitat management activities. You may volunteer for any number of work sessions. Expect moderate physical activity. Please bring your own work gloves and water to drink while in the field, and dress for working in the woods.
Please register for each session by contacting the Center in advance by calling Judy Beer at (313) 583-6371, or emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Stewardship Saturday sessions will take place from 1-4PM on October 20, November 17, and December 8.