If you need service hours, especially conservation hours, Red Mountain Park has some opportunities for you.
Most workdays are conservation hours for Forest Restoration – removing invasive Chinese privet in order to clear the underbrush for native plants to thrive. By creating a balanced ecosystem, they are providing a healthy, happy habitat for the wildlife that calls RMP home.
Visit http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0549aaa92ba4fa7-first to see a list of available times for individuals and small groups.
If you have a group of 10 or more, Red Mountain Park would be happy to add a service day. If weekdays work better for you, they could also easily accommodate a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday from 9 am – Noon.
If you have any questions or if you’re interested in customizing a workday contact Director of Volunteers, Angela Cleary at 205.419.5932 or email@example.com.
Red Mountain Park has been a popular location for Eagle projects. If you a considering the park for a project, contact Angela Cleary for more information.
If you want more ideas for local Eagle projects, visit Wiki.VulcanDistrict.com and search on the Eagle Projects category.