It’s going to a beautiful day in the neighborhood! Come and join us at the RibbonWalk Nature Preserve!
Have you been to see this wonderful place in Mecklenburg County? RibbonWalk is a 188-acre urban forest that is only four miles from center city Charlotte. The preserve protects a diversity of forest and wetland habitats, including one of the oldest American beech tree groves in the region. Why not join us this Saturday, November 9th, from 9:00 until 12:00 for some service, fun, and a chance to spend some time in nature? We’ll be working on invasive removal and end the morning with a naturalist lead hike in the preserve.
Who: You! Sierra Club members, potential members, and those that love to preserve and protect the environment are welcome to join us.
What: RibbonWalk Nature Preserve. RibbonWalk Nature Preserve is a 188-acre urban forest, located in north central Mecklenburg County only four miles from center city Charlotte. The preserve protects a diversity of forest and wetland habitats, including one of the oldest American beech tree groves in the region. Learn more at: http://www.charmeck.o….
When: Second Saturday of the month unless noted on the website (www.charlottesierraclub.org). Sign-in with liability waiver at 9:00 AM. Work and fun from 9:00 until 11:15 PM. We’ll take a short hike to end the day and be back at the parking lot between 12:00 and 12:30 PM. Can’t stay for the entire time? No problem.
Where: 4601 Nevin Road, Charlotte, NC 28269. RibbonWalk Nature Preserve is located in north central Mecklenburg County a mile north of the intersection of I-85 and I-77. Get Directions
Why: The Sierra Club Central Piedmont group has adopted RibbonWalk as part of our conservation efforts and our Resilient Habitat campaign. With severe cutbacks to the Park & Rec budget, citizen volunteers are critical to helping to maintain our natural resources. Join us and make a difference.
What to bring: Dress in layers to stay warm. Wear sturdy shoes for work and walking. Bring a water bottle and a snack if you would like to nibble while you work. Work gloves recommended. Tools are provided but you are welcome to bring your own loppers, trowels, knives, etc.