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Volunteer Blitz for National Public Lands Day
ST. CHARLES, MO, (SLFP.com), September 20, 2016 - Greenway Network, in partnership with the St. Louis Audubon Society and Great Rivers Greenway, will be holding a Volunteer Blitz on Saturday, September 24, 2016, from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. that coincides with National Public Lands Day.
Volunteers are invited to come out to help remove invasive Honeysuckle is spreading quickly across many of our parks and trails, crowding out Missouri's native plants. Volunteer efforts are critical to help control this invasive plant in order to enable native species to grow and flourish. Training, supplies, lunch and refreshments will be provided to volunteers.
Those interested in volunteering can choose to work at one of two cleanup sites:
A public service day will be held on Saturday, September 24th 2016 starting at 8:30 am at Riverlands Bird Sanctuary, 301 Riverlands Way, West Alton, Mo.
After meeting at Riverlands volunteers may choose from several work site options on public lands at the confluence of two of our county's great rivers, the Mississippi and Missouri. The USACE Riverlands Migratory Bird Sanctuary, Jones Confluence State Park, and the West Alton trail will be the sites of this effort to enhance our public lands.
The service day will include trash cleanups, plantings, and trail work. All necessary equipment for the cleanup will be supplied. A T-shirt or water bottle and a free National Parks pass will be given to all volunteers. There will be a free lunch for volunteers, followed by opportunities to hike on your public lands at the Confluence.
Those interested in volunteering are encouraged to preregister. For detailed directions to the four cleanup sites and to register online, please visit www.greenwaynetwork.org. Please contact Angie at 314-436-4536 or email@example.com to learn more about these opportunities.
Missouri River Rendezvous Coming to Klondike Park
ST. CHARLES, MO, (SLFP.com), September 20, 2016 - The first annual Missouri River Rendezvous will be held October 28 - 30, 2016 at Klondike Park in the beautiful river hills and wine country of Augusta, MO.
The three-day event will focus on river related resources, art, education, recreation, research, stewardship and commerce along the Missouri River. The purpose of the event is to connect different citizens and groups working or interested in the Missouri River to leverage their passion and knowledge for a more connected river community.
Participants will have the opportunity to attend Missouri River presentations and activities in the park, take a boat ride on the Missouri River, participate in a guided hike through Klondike Park and tour nearby Augusta.
In the evening, participants can make s'mores around the campfire and listen to tunes by local musicians, Gloria Attoun and Michael Bauermeister. A Halloween-themed river social will be held Saturday night. The full campground is reserved for Rendezvous participants.
Klondike Park is located at 4600 S. Highway 94, Augusta, MO 63332. A mini river cleanup will be held Sunday morning. Contact Melanie Cheney 573-673-3148 for more information about costs and registering for the event.
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