Echols Dorm: Brick Wall By Side Door
Here is the second part to a service project for those around over spring break. It’ll be at a different location, but we might still meet other volunteers at the same location as used on Friday.
Here is the description provided by Robert Jennings, of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
Saturday we’ll be heading over to Augusta County, just west of Staunton, along the beautiful upper Middle River to plant about an acre’s worth of native trees and shrubs on a farm there. Many hands make light work, and if all goes well, we could easily be done by lunchtime at this site.
I have set the signup deadline as March 10th, as that is the deadline to inform Robert Jennings of how many will be attending.
> Appropriate clothing
> Gloves, if you have them
> Water (2L at least)
> Food for service trips!