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Itching to get your hands dirty and really connect with the land? Discover the rewarding feel of restoration work in the field! Join the upcoming work party and help with invasive species removal, trail maintenance, and overall land stewardship. The day will include exploring Oak Road Nature Preserve through the lens of land stewardship and preserve maintenance. People should dress for the weather and walking on uneven terrain (at least sturdy shoes and long pants). The Land Trust will bring all necessary supplies and equipment and of course our finest granola bars. Hope to see you there!

Location: Oak Road Nature Preserve, 6391 Oak Road, Egg Harbor

Date: Tuesday, September 24th

Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 am*

* Please arrive on time. Work crews meet at the trailhead area, but may be difficult to locate after work had begun.

What to wear: Dress in layers for a variety of weather possibilities. Long sleeves and long pants are recommended.

What to bring: Water bottle, sunscreen, snacks, insect repellent. You may bring work gloves, goggles, kneepads or other personal gear if desired.

Cancellation Policy: Work day plans are dependent on weather. Please check for possible cancellations or schedule updates on the Door Stewardship Alliance website.

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Door Stewardship Alliance is a partnership between The Nature Conservancy and Door County Land Trust. For the latest email updates and news on habitat restoration efforts, please sign up at Door Stewardship Alliance website.

Free • Open to Everyone

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Staff Leader: Amanda Pyke

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