Deer Patrol


Get out and care for our plants!

Stewardship staff and volunteers worked hard this fall to get new native plants in the ground at Camp Polk Meadow Preserve. Those baby plants are delicious appetizers for hungry deer in the winter. While we don't mind the munching, sometimes the deer pull the plants out of the ground!

Volunteers continued work at Camp Polk Meadow Preserve to improve native plant habitat. Photo: Land Trust.
Volunteers continued work at Camp Polk Meadow Preserve to improve native plant habitat. Photo: Land Trust.

Join our Deer Patrol to walk a small portion of Camp Polk Meadow Preserve help put plants that have been pulled out back into the ground.
 
Deer Patrol folks volunteer at their own pace and on their own schedules.
 
Message us to learn more and to get involved in protecting these native plants.


Rating: Individualized volunteer opportunity that can be altered to meet the needs/abilities of the volunteer/group.

What to Bring:
 Work gloves (if you have them), sturdy hiking shoes, snacks/lunch, water.  Dress for the weather.