Get Dirty for Dane Day to be held at Pheasant Branch Conservancy | Environment
On Saturday, May 12, the Dane County Environmental Council and Recreational Equipment Inc. will be hosting “Get Dirty for Dane," a day to get outdoors and participate in land stewardship projects throughout the county.
The Friends of Pheasant Branch Conservancy is sponsoring one of the volunteer stewardship projects for that day.
The goal for this day is to get people out to the amazing public natural areas in Dane County, and help connect new volunteers to these places.
Our event will be from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Dane County section of the conservancy.
The group will be cutting invasive plants on the hill.
Those who come out are asked to wear long pants and sleeves, close toed shoes and to bring gloves. Some gloves will be available for use.
If you wish, you can sign up at the REI website or folks can just show up, officials said.