If you haven’t, come out to the Greenway and check out our new work shed made from a recycled shipping container and recycled lumber. It’s not far from the Shelburne Road trailhead.
We had a stellar turnout on the greenway on February 18, 2017 to continue our plan to remove and replace invasive plants. About 15 volunteers helped remove tangles of multiflora rose and other plants from an area adjacent to the new storage shed. The removal opened up a small portion of an old stone wall and may help improve the health of a couple of trees weighed down by the invasive plants.
This year, the FOHCG will be conducting regular monthly workdays. More dates to be named soon.
Thanks to all who helped out and a special thanks to FOHCG trustee Renee Fortner for her work coordinating the workday.
Want to help improve the greenway? Join us for a workday on Saturday, February 18 from 1:30 – 3:00.
We’ll be working on removing invasive species around the new storage shed.
Meet at the storage shed. All are welcome.
See you there!