Bio Blitz for National Public Lands Day at Minute Man National Historical Park

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Bio Blitz for National Public Lands Day at Minute Man National Historical Park

Saturday, September 22nd, Join Minute Man National Historical Park in a quest to discover Biodiversity! Challenge yourself to find as many species as possible at the park, work with distinguished naturalists in the field, and partake in real research used to better understand the area. Learn about plants, birds, mammals, insects, and how they all relate to biodiversity.  All are welcome to help out from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at North Bridge Visitor Center, 174 Liberty St, Concord MA.

In addition, September 29th is National Public Lands Day. Enjoy the beauty of Minute Man National Historical Park while you volunteer at the North Bridge. The area around the bridge is a breathtakingly gorgeous slice of scenic splendor. We need your help to maintain this historically and naturally significant space.

From 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on September 29th we will be rehabilitating the trail system at the North Bridge. Participants don’t need to stay for the whole event. Parking will be at the Monument Street lot (across from the Old Manse).

Activities will include raking trail sediment, seeding, clearing sediment from around the trail, erosion control, and general trail maintenance. Tools (including rakes, trowels, and shovels) will be provided. Work is appropriate for participants of all ages.

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