NWTF-Michigan Hosting Annual Habitat Workday
This guest blog is by Tony Snyder, President of the Michigan Chapter of National Wild Turkey Federation. The NWTF and DNR are holding their annual tree-planting day, which is just the kind of on-the-ground conservation work that makes a difference. Please join them this Saturday if you can!
The Michigan Chapter of National Wild Turkey Foundation (NWTF) and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will have our annual habitat tree planting day on April 6.
Volunteers will plant trees from one to three feet in height in one gallon pots, water them, and put them in a secure area for safe-keeping. Like an assembly line, volunteers will rotate jobs, have fun, and get a chance to meet new friends and see old friends, too.
NWTF will provide food and refreshments for a cook-out, too, and the work day will last three to four hours. Volunteers will meet at 10:30 AM at the DNR Rose Lake Wildlife Office at 8562 Stoll Road, Bath MI (on the left near the old pheasant pens).
Free food, fun and conservation – what a way to spend a Saturday!
Thank you for making a difference!
Tony Snyder, NWTF – Michigan State President