The Michigan Department of Natural Resources recently announced the February schedule of volunteer stewardship activities at state parks and recreation areas in southeast and southwest Michigan. Volunteers are needed to cut invasive, non-native shrubs, like Japanese barberry and honeysuckle, from high-quality forested dunes and prairies.
Volunteers should bring work gloves, drinking water and appropriate clothing for outdoor work, including long pants and sturdy, closed-toe shoes.
No experience is necessary and all tools will be provided.
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