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Due to the predicted weather, the Martin Luther King, Jr Day of service activity scheduled for Monday, January 21 at buddy Attick Park has been rescheduled to Saturday, February 2nd. 

Upcoming Green Volunteer Opportunities

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PRESIDENTS' DAY OF SERVICE

Volunteers are needed for a volunteer event on Presidents' Day of Service on February 23, 2019 to protect trees from beavers in Buddy Attick Park from 10:00am – 1:00pm.

Be a part of the community effort to protect trees from beaver herbivory at Buddy Attick Park. Volunteers will work with Public Works staff to place wire caging around the trunks of native trees to protect them from beaver herbivory.

Volunteers will meet at the Public Works building located at 555 Crescent Road Greenbelt, MD 20770. The building entrance is located at the bottom of the Buddy Attick Park parking lot and through the gate.

Reminders:

Wear weather appropriate clothes and closed-toed shoes

Bring your reusable water bottle

High school students: remember your service-learning forms

Questions? Contact Jason Martin, Environmental Coordinator, at  jmartin@greenbeltmd.gov.    

 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY OF SERVICE

This event has been cancelled and rescheduled for February 2, 2019. Location and time remain the same.

Volunteers are needed for a volunteer event on Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service on January 21, 2019 to protect trees from beavers in Buddy Attick Park from 10:00am – 1:00pm.

Be a part of the community effort to protect trees from beaver herbivory at Buddy Attick Park. Volunteers will work with Public Works staff to place wire caging around the trunks of native trees to protect them from beaver herbivory.

Volunteers will meet at the Public Works building located at 555 Crescent Road Greenbelt, MD 20770. The building entrance is located at the bottom of the Buddy Attick Park parking lot and through the gate.

Reminders:

Wear weather appropriate clothes and closed-toed shoes

Bring your reusable water bottle

High school students: remember your service-learning forms

Questions? Contact Jason Martin, Environmental Coordinator, at  jmartin@greenbeltmd.gov.    

GREENBELT FOREST STEWARDSHIP PROJECT 

Ongoing  Forest Steward Volunteers are needed for the projects listed below:

  • Plant species native to Maryland
  • Learn to identify and remove invasive plant species
  • Protect trees from beaver overpopulation
  • Manage community gardens and compost piles
  • Collect and add data to the City of Greenbelt’s GIS inventory
  • Beautify Greenbelt by picking up trash
  • Promote zero waste at festivals and events

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Questions? Contact Jason Martin, Environmental Coordinator, at  jmartin@greenbeltmd.gov.