Because of the ongoing effects of the storm, SCA has decided to postpone this service event to allow people to focus on the hurricane recovery efforts in the area. We do plan to reschedule the alumni event in the next coming weeks and will post those details when available
If you are still able to volunteer this Saturday, NYC Parks and Rec has asked that we direct volunteers to their website: http://www.nycgovparks.org/stormupdate/storm-details
There are many parks in each borough that need volunteers to help with the clean-up and aftermath of the hurricane. Please let us know if there is any way we can help in your service to the city during this time of need.
Please join the Student Conservation Association (SCA) and NYC’s Natural Area Volunteers for a half day of volunteer service on Saturday November 3rd in Brooklyn, NY!
We will be planting native trees, shrubs, and herbaceous material at Fresh Creek Preserve in order to maintain the livelihood of this restored ecosystem.
Please come dressed in closed-toed shoes, long pants and clothing that can get dirty. Water coolers and snacks will be provided by SCA but please bring your own water bottles and bagged lunch!
Register to attend via email!
- When: Saturday, November 3, 2012, 10:00 am–2:00 pm Sign in at 10:00 and the group will leave at 10:15 to head into the Preserve for planting projects. Break for snacks and lunch around 12:00 and project wrap-up by 2:00 pm.
- Where: Fresh Creek Nature Preserve: Avenue L and East 108th Street (Canarsie neighborhood) Brooklyn, NY 11236 Meet at the corner of Avenue L and East 108th at 10am to sign in
- What: Planting native trees, shrubs and herbaceous material at the Preserve
- Bring with you/wear: Water bottle, bag lunch, closed-toe shoes, long pants, clothing that can get dirty.
- Provided: Tools, gloves and project materials, water coolers and snacks.
- RSVP to attend: All attendees must pre-register for the event! Email Lori Robertson or call at 703-524-2441 ext 2037 to let us know you will be attending.
- All ages and abilities are welcome!
- Coming by Subway: Take the L train East to the E105th Street stop, walk 15 minutes to Avenue L and East 108th Street.
- Coming by Car: Street Parking is available in the area
We look forward to seeing you there!