Join Wright State University alumni, students, faculty, and staff as we give back to the Beavercreek community through this day of service project with the Beaver Creek Wetlands.
Saturday, April 13, 2013 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
Volunteers should gather at Phillips Park. We will drive you to a secondary location (private property) and walk approximately 300 yards. Volunteers will be assigned projects relating to planting the wetland plants that will be onsite. Tasks include moving the plants to planting locations, planting, and preparation and cleanup.
Plan to get muddy. Please be sure to bring knee boots (if you have them), work gloves, and garden trowel. Bring a change of clothes and/or protection for your vehicle interior. Water, lunch, and rags will be provided on site.
Register online by Friday, April 5. Join us all day or for partial day.
For further questions please call the Office of Alumni Relations at (937) 775-2620.
About the organization:
The Beaver Creek Wetlands Association seeks to protect the wetland ecosystem in the Beaver Creek watershed through partnerships, community networks, and public education. BCWA supports the retention of wetlands within the protection corridor and encourages the restoration of wetland and traditional upland habitats, such as forests and prairies. BCWA promotes the use of these protected areas for education, research, and recreation.