Willow Grab and Stab

**This work party is currently full. We are, however, taking a waitlist in case a spot opens up. To add your name to the waitlist, please click the yellow 'Register Now' button above.**

Join the Land Trust for a fall work party to help cut and plant willow stems at Camp Polk Meadow Preserve! Hike into the Preserve and along Whychus Creek and learn which willows to cut for use in a nearby restoration project. Cut willows and then plant them by stabbing them into the ground at our restoration location. This is a great opportunity to enjoy a fall day at our Preserve and to see new restoration work being done off-trail!

Who: This is a work party for adults 18 and over.

Rating: Work party with moderate physical activity that includes walking off trail and cutting and planting willows.

What to Bring: Face covering (homemade is fine), hand sanitizer, work gloves, muck books/waterproof shoes, snacks, water and your own tools if you have them. Dress for the weather.

COVID-19 Guidelines: We take the health and safety of our volunteers and staff seriously. After careful consideration, we have implemented COVID-19 Work Party Guidelines to promote the health and wellbeing of volunteers and staff. Please read and be ready to adhere to these guidelines so everyone can have a safe experience.