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Contact Paul Mozina aka, The Buckthorn Man.

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  1. I get up to Eagle every other weekend or so. I have a place that I am restoring with help, which I need to schedule ahead of time. I would love to put in a few hours at the Nature Trail and am wondering if you tend to work on certain days of the week, so I could arrange for my help to come on another day… Your workdays probably depends on weather and other variables, but I thought I’d ask.

  2. Hi Anne. Thanks for your offer to help! Yes, workdays depend on weather and other variables. I try to post the workdays for the coming week on the volunteer page https://scuppernongspringsnaturetrail.com/volunteer/. There are many things you can do on your own. One of the top priorities now is to pull spotted knapweed (http://dnr.wi.gov/invasives/fact/knapweed.htm) in the Indian Campground area.

    Lindsay and I are meeting Tracy from the Wisconsin Wetlands Association (http://www.wisconsinwetlands.org) this Sunday morning to take a tour and get some advice. You are welcome to join us at 9:00am. We are meeting at the parking lot on Hwy ZZ. We plan to do some work after the meeting.

    paul

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  5. I am a forever friend of nature! I believe every aspect of our existence is truly dependent upon finding the balance in our environment. How we respond to that balance, provides us with the intention of how we choose to live. As a volunteer for years in various local organizations, I feel it is not only rewarding to ‘give back’ but also imperative to connect to our conscious community to live in right relationship to everything. Efforts displayed in historical restoration and preservation are necessary for the survival of our fragile planet. May we ALL be leading examples for future generations to follow!

    ~Gordy Green

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