Come Out and Help Richmond Hill Park on March 14th!

March Outing at Richmond Hill Park

Join Us!

Who:  Volunteer work day with MountainTrue

What: Non-Native Invasive Plant Control

Where:  Richmond Hill Park, Asheville, NC

When:  Saturday, March 14th , from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – Backup Rain Date:

Sunday, March 15

Why:  To restore native plant communities by controlling non-native invasive plants

along a major drainage area that includes special wild plants and a mountain bike trail

within Richmond Hill Park

How:  By joining us for a fun day!

If interested, please RSVP to

Rachel Stevens by emailing (rachel@mountaintrue.org) or by calling the MountainTrue office at (828) 258-8737.

Our happy and hungry work crew.

Our happy and hungry work crew.

We’ll give instruction on how to identify and control non-native invasive plants of concern in the

Park, then we’ll go after these plants! MountainTrue will provide all gloves and equipment

needed for the event. Volunteers are asked to bring snacks, water, rain jacket and appropriate

layers for March weather. Long pants, a long sleeve shirt, and old shoes or hiking boots (no

open shoes or sandals) are required, even if it’s a warm day. If interested, please RSVP to

Rachel Stevens by emailing (rachel@mountaintrue.org) or by calling the MountainTrue office at

(828) 258-8737.

More information about Richmond Hill Park can be found at http://www.richmondhillpark.wordpress.com or contact

James Wood at Richmondhillforest.gmail.com

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