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Walnut Woods Treeforestation

February 22, 2020
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sulsar St. , Cincinnati, OH 45207United States
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  • 3 Hours

  • 14+

  • 10+ Volunteers

What we'll doHelp clean out the woods.
Who can do itAnyone 14+

Cincinnati Parks, the Civic Garden Center, and Walnut Hills High School students are collaborating on a large habitat restoration project located on park property in front of the high school. This is a long term project with an end goal of controlling invasive plant species, planting native plants, creating nature trails, and establishing a designated space for environmental education and research within the community. Walnut Hills students hope to eventually use the space as an outdoor land lab, as this woods is located just steps from the main entrance to their school!

This “Treeforestation” project is located on the acre of land located between Victory Parkway & Sulsar Avenue – just in front of Walnut Hills School.

Volunteers should be prepared for the weather and wear long pants and long sleeves to protect against thorns and possible poison ivy encounters. Close-toed shoes are required. Suggested: Bring work gloves (if you own them) and a refillable water bottle. There will be work gloves available to borrow and a water cooler will be provided on-site for volunteers to refill bottles. Cincinnati Parks discourages single-use plastics.

Sulsar St. , Cincinnati, OH 45207United States
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11 hours ago

Cincinnati Parks
Yesterday, Green Corps and Cincinnati Parks crew worked along Little Duck Creek Trail behind Bramble School removing invasive species and extending the Little Duck Creek hiking trail. The next step will be the trail-building!Thanks to all the hard workers that helped with this project.Image attachmentImage attachment

Yesterday, Green Corps and Cincinnati Park's crew worked along Little Duck Creek Trail behind Bramble School removing invasive species and extending the Little Duck Creek hiking trail. The next step will be the trail-building!

Thanks to all the hard workers that helped with this project.
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🙌 Awesome work!

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Interested in working with Parks? We're hiring!

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3 days ago

Cincinnati Parks

Mirror lake in Eden Park is known for its majestic geyser during the summer months, but even in the wintertime it can create opportunities for fun! Local Cincyparks enthusiast Stephen Wuesthoff demonstrates how freezing temperatures create the perfect environment for ice skating.

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Is it posted anywhere when it's frozen and safe to skate?

Great job on the video Diandre (sp?) Thanks for posting! Go Cincy Parks!

John Lawson