2021 Pull-A-Thon Team Fundraising Goal: $1,000.00
Pounds Pulled to-date: 0
Donations/Sponsorships Received to-date: $90
Riveredge Nature Center, located in Ozaukee County, is a non-profit conservation and educational organization on 379 acres of high diversity land. Since its inception over 50 years ago, land stewardship has been at the heart of the Riveredge mission. Our dedicated team of conservation staff and volunteers remove invasive species year round in order to create opportunity for replacement native vegetation. Since 2014, our Pull-a-Thon team has pulled almost 20,000 lbs of garlic mustard and dame's rocket (another invasive mustard), and has raised nearly $4,000 in donations for invasive species education.
Join our 2021 Pull-A-Thon Team and help us continue our mission to remove invasive species to keep wildlife, people and the water that connects us healthy. Below we have outlined an opportunity to safely pull invasive mustards at Riveredge that will allow us to maintain the 7 years of progress we have made as a team. We have been refining our volunteer stance on working on invasive mustards during Covid.
A few guidelines to follow:
- Please call or text Team Leader Matt Smith (414.731.1541) when you arrive at Riveredge and when you are leaving Riveredge so I know you are out safe, and accounted for: 414.731.1541
- Follow Riveredge's detailed Covid volunteer guidelines.
- Keep track of your hours and bags filled on this spreadsheet.
- Use this grid map for supporting positional location in letter/number format.
- Leave all garlic mustard bags next to the dumpster by our maintenance shopp off the main center parking lot.
We will be keeping track of our geographic progress so we can best allocate your efforts daily to areas that are most needed. Thank you for being safe and protecting each other and our property.