Help Restore Habitat and Clean Streams

Join Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy and its partners on a habitat restoration project that will also help to clean our streams!

Location: Lovettsville Park
Date: Saturday, April 30 from
Time: 10am – 12pm

Celebrate Arbor Day and help plant 100 trees and shrubs at the Lovettsville Park.  Wear your boots, work gloves, and bring a shovel.   Please call the Lovettsville Community Center at 540-822-5284 to register.

Location: Leesburg’s Town Branch Riparian Buffer
Date: Wednesday, May 11th
Time: 4:00pm – 7:00pm

Over the past two the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy, working with the Leesburg Environmental Advisory Committee/Watershed Committee and the Piedmont Environmental Council, have planted over 500 trees, shrubs, and native perennial plants along Town Branch next to the Bowling Alley on Catoctin Circle.  On Wednesday, May 11, from 4 to 7 pm, we will replace some of the shelters, and weed and mulch around some of the shrubs and perennials.  If you are interested in helping please contact Joe Coleman at jcoleman@loudounwildlife.org or 540-554-2542.

Location:Freedom Park Rain Garden
Date: Saturday, May 21st
Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Last fall, the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy, working with the Leesburg Watershed Committee, and several town departments, planted a rain garden at Leesburg Freedom Park at the corner of Tolbert Lane and Evergreen Mill Road.  On Saturday, May 21, we are going to expand the rocky entrance to the rain garden, plant about 72 perennials, and do some weeding around the plants e put in last fall.  If you are interested in helping please contact Joe Coleman at jcoleman@loudounwildlife.org or 540-554-2542.

 Questions about any of the above? Contact Joe Coleman at jcoleman@loudounwildlife.org or 540-554-2542.

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