🌱 Volunteers Needed! 🌿

Do you have a passion for wildflowers, songbirds, or butterflies?  Are you interested in preserving a local green space as a place where you and your children can enjoy nature?  Check out this featured Peace Week event at https://www.peaceweekdelaware.org/events/help-native-plants-thrive-in-talley-day-park/.  Volunteers are needed for a morning of environmental action and community service removing invasive natives at Talley Day Park.

Why is This Important? Invasive plant species are threatening the health and beauty of Talley Park’s natural habitat. These non-native plants outcompete native species, disrupting the delicate ecosystem and causing harm to local wildlife. By volunteering your time and effort, you’ll be contributing to the restoration of the park’s natural biodiversity and ensuring its beauty for generations to come.

What to Expect:

  • Guidance: Experts will provide guidance on identifying invasive plants and proper removal techniques.
  • Teamwork: Work alongside like-minded volunteers who share your passion for conservation.
  • Supplies: Tools and equipment will be provided, but feel free to bring your own gloves and gardening tools if you prefer.

How to Participate: Participating is easy! Just show up at Talley Park on the designated date and time. No prior experience is required—just a willingness to get your hands dirty and make a positive impact.

We’d love to hear if you might be interested in this event.  Tell us in the comment section below.

Event Details

  • Date: 10/14/2023
  • Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
  • Location: Talley Day Park (meetup at the Talley Dog Park)
  • https://www.peaceweekdelaware.org/events/help-native-plants-thrive-in-talley-day-park/