Volunteer Work Bee planned for October 18, 2014

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Volunteer Work Bee planned for October 18, 2014

Elbow Lake is being invaded and attacked on two fronts:  The non-native Common Buckthorn is slowly overtaking our native biodiversity, while porcupines have developed a taste for our wood cabins.  This fall, join Nature Conservancy of Canada staff in removing buckthorn from the property and/or assist ELEEC staff in trimming the cabins with slippery, inedible tin.  Wrap up the day with a potluck social, and join the discussion about establishing an organized volunteer group for Elbow Lake.  A special cabin rate will be offered to active volunteers wishing to stay overnight.

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