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Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge Hosts Earth Day Volunteer Work Day
Midwest Region, April 13, 2013
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Boy Scouts and other volunteers planted trees at the Children's Nature Playground at the Muscatatuck Earth Day Work Day
Boy Scouts and other volunteers planted trees at the Children's Nature Playground at the Muscatatuck Earth Day Work Day - Photo Credit: Donna Stanley

Approximately 50 volunteers participated in an "Earth Day" volunteer work day at Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge on Saturday, Apr. 13. The enthusiastic crew (mostly Boy Scouts) planted trees and did ground work for the refuge Children's Nature Playground, cleaned and mulched the Visitor Center wildflower beds, picked up trash at all the refuge fishing areas, trimmed hiking trails, and removed invasive garlic mustard and autumn olive from the Visitor Center area.


Contact Info: Donna Stanley, (812) 522-4352, Donna_Stanley@fws.gov



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