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Volunteer workday to clean up and pull weeds at Mesa Wildlife Preserve June 27

       The Palmer Land Trust is seeking volunteers Saturday, June 27 to help clean up its Mesa Wildlife Preserve open-space area.
       The time frame will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
       The preserve can be accessed by driving north on Oswego Street, off King Street, to where it dead-ends.
       Volunteers should bring water bottles, shovels and/or hoes. "Work will focus on weeding and vegetation cleanup," a press release states.
       Water, snacks and lunch will be provided, the release adds.
       The roughly 20-acre preserve is owned by the non-profit organization as a public open-space property. It was purchased that way in the late 1970s through a joint effort of nearby homeowners.
       Formerly located on the Westside, the Land Trust office is now downtown. The phone is 632-3236, and the website is palmerlandtrust.org. Registration for the workday is possible at https://palmerlandtrust.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id= 96.

Westside Pioneer/press release
(Posted 6/23/15; Outdoors: General)

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