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Volunteer Day at Black's Bluff Preserve

November 15, 2014
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Black's Bluff Preserve
(Floyd County, near Rome)

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Help us protect rare Limerock arrowood at Black's Bluff by removing invasives like porcelain berry, wisteria, privet and princess tree.

Described as a massive natural rock garden, Black’s Bluff is a rich forest growing on a outcrop of ancient limestone along the Coosa River.

Please bring your own picnic lunch, gloves and water.

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To learn more about volunteer opportunities contact:
Myriam Dormer
404-253-7210
mdormer@tnc.org

 

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