Fall/Winter Volunteer Days Begin Again at Pony Pasture

Sure, everyone loves just hanging out by the rapids, contemplating the force of the river, soothed by the sound of the roaring water. But . . . How can you truly relax knowing the park right behind you is being eaten alive by invasive plant species!?!?  That’s how I feel anyway.   So come join me and other Riverine chapter Virginia Master Naturalists as we expand our restoration area next to the Pony Pasture rapids by continuing to remove the carpet of wintercreeper and plucking out the resprouting wintercreeper in the section now thriving with native perennials, shrubs, and trees.   We will be there most Tuesday mornings starting at 9:00 a.m. between now and mid-December plus Sunday afternoon, November 11th. (We’ll add new winter dates after that.) Be sure to check our calendar: http://www.calendarwiz.com/calendars/list.php?crd=jrpcalendar&op=cal&month=10&year=2018

Showing your love for our park system by helping to save it makes the sound of those rapids even more like music to the ears . . .