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Cherokee Lake Pollinator Garden Volunteer Opportunity
The Friends of Lost Creek Forest are looking for volunteers to help with maintaining the Cherokee Lake Pollinator Garden on Monday evenings at 7:00pm and on Saturday mornings at 9:00am.
The Friends of Lost Creek Forest are looking for volunteers to help with maintaining the Cherokee Lake Pollinator Garden on Monday evenings at 7:00pm and on Saturday mornings at 9:00am. You can learn about native plants and pollinators, and spend time with others in a great outdoor environment. Learn more about the Friends of Lost Creek Forest by visiting their Facebook Page at facebook.com/LostCreekForest/ or by visiting the website at https://lostcreekforest.weebly.com
Any age is welcome but HOTC does require any volunteers under the age of 16 to be accompanied by an adult. Bring loppers and work gloves if you have them. You are not required to stay the full length of time. Come when you can and stay for however long you would like.
If you are interested in volunteering at the garden please reach out to Beth Grant at (229) 227-9844 or Yvonne Stinson at (229) 977-2691.
Don’t forget to tell them HOTC sent you!
***This is not a HOTC-hosted project. We are solely acting as a referral service for our non-profit partners and agencies. Please use due diligence and be safe when volunteering! COVID-19 information: Masks, gloves, and social distancing are still highly encouraged. If you are immuno-compromised and/or requested to self-quarantine, feeling unwell, have any symptoms of illness, or have been exposed to someone diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 14 days, please stay home and join us at a future opportunity. Please follow all current health guidelines by the CDC and local/state officials, and respect those of our non-profit partners and community agencies.
(Monday) 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Cherokee Lake Pollinator Garden
420 Covington Avenue
The mission of Friends of Lost Creek Forest, Inc. is to support, promote, and further the protection and resource conservation of the public land known as Lost Creek Forest in Thomas County, Georgia; scientific and historical study of its natural and cultural resources; and public environmental education and stewardship. (229) 227-9844