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UofA Oak Ridge Trail Invasive Species Removal

Saturday, June 2nd, 2018 from 9:00am to 11:00am (CT)

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The Office for Sustainability is beginning a campaign to remove invasive plants from our trail system and restore our natural areas to their native underbrush and create wildlife habitats. Greedy Goats of Northwest Arkansas have been on site at the Oak Ridge Trail, located between the Clinton Museum and Walton College of Business, to perform the first wave of invasive plant removal. If you would like to help, we need volunteers to help us remove the remaining twigs and branches left behind by the goats. We will be meeting on Oak Ridge trail behind Yocum Hall at 9am on Saturday, June 2 and working until 11am. Water and tools will be provided. Please bring gloves and wear outdoor appropriate clothing and shoes.
Parking DetailsAny UofA parking pass should be able to park behind Yocum & Humphries in the red reserved parking lot.
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Location: Fayetteville, AR 72701