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Volunteer Day at Camp Meeting Rock

October 04, 2014
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Camp Meeting Rock
(Heard County, near Franklin)

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Help us maintain Camp Meeting Rock by removing harmful invasive plants like Chinese privet and Japanese honeysuckle and controlling populations of red fire ants.

Camp Meeting Rock is one of the largest rock outcrop systems in the Georgia Piedmont. Significant features include exposed rock, lichen- and moss-covered rock, vernal pools, vegetated soil islands of various sizes dominated by pine woodland, and a perimeter forest of oaks, pines and hickories.

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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