7:45 – Check in Opens
8:15am – Event Starts, participants group into teams and are given a team flag, instructions, and wipes to use for wiping down tools.
8:30am – Move to conservation site and begin work
11:15 – All teams break to start doing final clean up before leaving site. Once done, all participants walk back to parking area in their team.
11:30 – Participants wipe down tools before returning them. Participants gather for a thank you and quick closing, turn in flags and leave.
Pine Tree Planting
Invasive Species Removal
BioBlitz at Camp
If any part of the root collar or root ball is exposed above the soil, the roots can dry out.
If the top of the pine is only 2in or less above the ground, the pine is too deep and will not grow.
If the roots are in a J or U formation, they will not be able to grow down into the ground and the pine tree will not grow.
If you can pull lightly on the top of the pine seedling and it pulls right now, it was planted to loosely and needs to be replanted.