Group seeks volunteers who dig the environment
Michigan Nature Association is inviting you to help preserve a section of Newaygo County’s rare and endangered ecosystems, the Dry Sand Prairie.
These prairie lands once covered over 5000 acres in Newaygo County and though they have been vastly reduced in size, they remain home to many unusual plants and animals.
MNA will be doing some fairly light labor this Wednesday, October 24 from 10am-2pm to help protect this area from invasive plant growth and are hoping to attract some folks who want to help keep this area thriving.
MNA member Sarah Pregitzer can be contacted for more information.
“Come find out what it’s all about,” she stated. “You can come for any part of the day. The more, the merrier! Contact me for details and directions.”
Ms. Pregitzer can be reached by phone: 616-916-9436 or email: spregitzer@ sbcglobal.net for directions to the sanctuary and info on appropriate clothing.
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