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Timberland volunteers at Lubberland Creek Preserve on Earth Day

Welcome, Timberland!

Lots of landscaping and beautification to be done!

The beginnings of a new boat shelter.

The tool shed gets a facelift.

The painting and staining station.

Our littlest helpers painting bluebird boxes.

Our volunteers are very artistic!

Great work!

Handpainted bluebird boxes.

On their way to install bluebird boxes.

The birdbox installation team!

New bluebird boxes and predator guards grace Lubblerland Creek!

Pulling invasive plants can be tough business.

The Invasives Crew takes a break for weed pulling.

A fresh coat of paint graces the front door of the tool shed.

Volunteers spread new stone dust on the path to the overlook and spotting scope.

The path looks beautiful!

Drilling holes in cedar fence posts.

Installing an historic cedar post and rail fence is no easy task.

Susan, project lead for the cedar fence, admires the accomplishment!

Prepping the house garden for the season.

Pruning apple trees in the field.

Volunteers prune apple trees in the field.

Andrew, boat shelter extraordinaire!

Assembling the boat shelter.

Sue Pickering, Project Leader for Timberland.

It's like a beach of stone dust!

Thanks to everyone for a great Earth Day!

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