Volunteer with the Sierra Club this April at Big Bend National Park for a Grasslands Restoration Project!

BerksanHwyMarfaThis year is the 50th anniversary of the passage by President Johnson of the Wilderness Act – a law that preserves America’s wilderness areas where, as Johnson stated, “the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, [and] where man himself is a visitor.”

In celebration, the Sierra Club Lone Star Chapter invites you to venture off to Big Bend National Park April 14-18th to help us in our ongoing effort to restore grasslands damaged by ranching over a century ago. The park will provide lodging, equipment, seed and restoration supplies for the project.  The participation fee is only $25.  The Lone Star Chapter will organize car pooling from around the state that will pick-up volunteers along the way.

Spaces are limited, so please contact Lone Star Chapter Conservation Chair, Evelyn Merz, at elmerz@hal-pc.org if you are interested!

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2 responses to “Volunteer with the Sierra Club this April at Big Bend National Park for a Grasslands Restoration Project!

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