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3 Day Earth DayS, Save Maumee’s 12th Annual

04/21/2017 11:00 AM

@ MetroPCS
1125 Main St

3 Day Earth DayS, Save Maumee’s 12th Annual

Saturday at Moser Park, April 22 ~ 11am-5pm

Friday at Heatherwood Park, April 21 = 300 TREES IN THE GROUND AND WATERED

Sunday at Heatherwood Park, April 23 ~ 11am-3pm

* Parking Location Friday & Sunday: Heatherwood Park, 1000 Hartzell Rd, New Haven, IN 46774
*Parking Location for Saturday (largest event day): Moser Park, 601 W. Main, New Haven, IN 46774

The tree planting projects will be one for the record books in New Haven, Indiana. Join us Earth Day Weekend to plant 1,100 trees on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The largest event day location is Moser Park on Saturday April 22. Save Maumee’s 12th Annual Celebration will be held on the true Earth Day. � MANY Thanks to our volunteers, who have already planted 840 trees and removed 2,000 invasive species in 2016 alone! All this work was accomplished by 318 volunteers logging 1,157 hours. It is time to tell others and support our efforts with your your time, talent and treasures. Please come meet us on your local riverbank.
Save Maumee is implementing the Upper Maumee Watershed Management Plan to improve the health of the aquatic environment through installation of 1.36 miles of riparian buffers in the Trier Ditch, Bullerman Ditch, and Sixmile Creek drainage areas of the Maumee River in Allen County, Indiana. We work on water quality improvements, and we are looking for you!

Research for Save Maumee's Riparian Buffer Initiative (2016-2018) is being conducted in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service through Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) federal funding. Grant recipients of the U.S. Forest Service have responsibilities to conduct their programs according to USDA’s nondiscrimination policy. Save Maumee and the USDA are equal opportunity providers, employers, and lenders.

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