Along with working with its partners in wetland
preservation and restoration, Friends has established itself as
a leader in environmental education and stewardship. Education is
a critical component for restoring and maintaining wetlands and
other natural areas. Friends is proud to be able to develop
and deliver valuable programs and activities that have an
educational focus. Thousands of community volunteers have participated
in Friends environmental projects and have taken part in Friends'
special events, such as Winter Walks and Purple Loosestrife Pulling
Day. This is in addition to over 4,000 people who participate in
our programs annually.
FRIENDS OF SECOND MARSH UPCOMING
Saturday May 13, 2017 –Invasive Plant Species Removal 9:30am to 11:30am VOLUNTEERS NEEDED( postponed from May 6th due to weather)
Help Friends of Second Marsh remove invasive plants. Let us know if you'd like to be involved by sending Wioletta an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will send out directions and what you need to bring for the day of. Please leave dogs at home for this event.
Saturday June 3, 2017 –Feathered Friends Festival 10am to 3pm VOLUNTEERS NEEDED.
Friends of Second Marsh in partnership with General Motors of Canada will be hosting the 4th annual Feathered Friends Festival at General Motors of Canada headquarters overlooking the McLaughlin Bay Wildlife Reserve and Second Marsh Wildlife Area in Oshawa.
This event is a festival celebrating the return of migratory birds with a live bird show, hikes, crafts and activities. New for this year, we will be including bees, butterflies and bats as part of this festival. There will be no cost to attend this event. Event will run rain or shine. PLease leave your dogs at home for this event.
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