Help restore a wetland, Cherokee Marsh State Natural Area

Use manual cutting tools to strip bark and underlying layers from aspen trees that have invaded the high-quality wetlands in the Cherokee Marsh State Natural Area.

The work area is a half-mile hike on uneven ground from the VFW parking lot. Shin- or knee-high waterproof boots or footwear that can get wet recommended. Tools provided. Bring drinking water.

Sponsored by the Friends of Cherokee Marsh,

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