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The Greenwich Land Trust is a non-profit land trust protecting and preserving over 733 acres of woodland, meadows, greenways, and waterways in southwestern Connecticut. We offer hikes, tree planting, kayaking, volunteer work days, educational worksho

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Westchester county runs bi-weekly training and vinecutting sessions throughout the winter. With the guidance of the Westchester County Parks Department volunteers eradicate invasive species like Asiatic Bittersweet, and Porcelin Berry. The focus is t

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Do you care about the environment in North Austin and wish you could do something about it? Then Keep Walnut Creek Wild might be the meetup group for you! We will get out in the greenbelts and parks, replace plants that don't belong here with plants

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Wild Ones
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We are an informal group of restoration ecologists, researchers, and practitioners interested in exploring the science and art of restoration, especially of riparian environments. We typically host forums every couple of months. If you are interested­

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We are dedicated to protect all things native. We study Florida's sacred eco systems. We fight the invasion of exotic/invasives. We restore native plants and animals.

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January 29, 2014

The Greenwich Land Trust is a non-profit land trust protecting and preserving over 733 acres of woodland, meadows, greenways, and waterways in southwestern Connecticut. We offer hikes, tree planting, kayaking, volunteer work days, educational worksho

74
Members
January 11, 2014

Do you care about the environment in North Austin and wish you could do something about it? Then Keep Walnut Creek Wild might be the meetup group for you! We will get out in the greenbelts and parks, replace plants that don't belong here with plants

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Wild Ones
November 2, 2012

Westchester county runs bi-weekly training and vinecutting sessions throughout the winter. With the guidance of the Westchester County Parks Department volunteers eradicate invasive species like Asiatic Bittersweet, and Porcelin Berry. The focus is t

57
vinecutters
February 15, 2012

We are an informal group of restoration ecologists, researchers, and practitioners interested in exploring the science and art of restoration, especially of riparian environments. We typically host forums every couple of months. If you are interested­

31
practitioners
June 18, 2011
Private

We are dedicated to protect all things native. We study Florida's sacred eco systems. We fight the invasion of exotic/invasives. We restore native plants and animals.

23
Eco-Heros
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