TLC plans workdays at area sites
WOODSTOCK – Here are opportunities for getting outside to restore local natural areas with The Land Conservancy.
Volunteers should bring water, wear work clothes and be ready to haul, stack and burn brush that is crowding out the native habitat.
• 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at Horse Fair Springs Fen, Spring Grove. This is a high-quality wetland site recognized by the state as a wetland of statewide importance. When the Thousand Oaks subdivision was put in, the wetland was spared and The Land Conservancy now holds an easement on it, protecting it in perpetuity. The workday will focus on clearing the oak woodland that surrounds the wetland. To get there from Routes 173 and 31 in Richmond, head east on 173 for three miles, turn south (take a right) onto Winn Road for one mile and take a left onto Brentwood Drive. Follow Brentwood through the subdivision to the cul-de-sac at the end.
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