“Out with Invasives” event on Oct. 24 in Newark


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The Christina Conservancy is holding an “Out with Invasives!” Event on Saturday, October 24 from 9 a.m.  to 11 a.m. at Smalley’s Dam in Newark.

  • When: Saturday, October 24, 2015 -  9 AM – 11 AM (Rain or Shine)
  • Where: 10 Smalley’s Cove, Newark, DE 19702
  • What to bring: Clippers and/or loppers if you have them, garden or rubber gloves, waterproof boots or mud sneakers.
  • What will be provided: Trash bags, water
  • Dress: Dress for the weather; long sleeves are recommended.
  • All ages welcome, but under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Also, volunteers must sign a waiver of liability. Christina-Volunteer-Consent-Form.
  • Directions:  From Rt. 7 turn onto Rivers End Drive (across from St. Elizabeth Ann Seton church).  Follow to the stop sign and turn right onto Smalleys Dam Road.  Proceed towards the dead end and make the last possible left before the dead end onto Smalleys Cove Street.
  • For more information:  Christinaconservancy@gmail.com

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