Volunteer: Habitat Restoration Workday at RiverLands Park in Chattahoochee Hills
Georgia Audubon is working with Trust for Public Land to remove invasive species and restore native bird habitat at the Chattahoochee RiverLands Camp+Paddle Trail Site at RiverLands Park. Work will be supervised by Georgia Audubon, and we need your help.
Connect with the Georgia Audubon staff to learn the importance of native plants and habitats for birds and other wildlife while helping to remove non-native weeds and other undesirable species from the garden space.
We will plan to meet at the site GPS Coordinates: 33.52096° N, 84.81178° W
What to bring?
- Dress according to the weather and the work being done; chance of encountering poison ivy, insects, arachnids, etc.
- Close-toed shoes - boots recommended
- Recommended but not required: sunglasses, binoculars (it's a great spot for birding!)
We have a limited amount of equipment, so if you are able to bring any of the following to use for yourself, that would be appreciated, however, we will have some extra for you to use.
- Work/garden gloves
- Hand shovel/trowel
What to expect?
After introductions, we will go over the specific tasks we will be working on. The focus of this workday is invasive species removal.