Help Us Restore Zofnass Family Preserve
The folks at Westchester Land Trust need our help. Toward the end of the summer, Zofnass Family Preserve was vandalized by someone “marking trails” using florescent paint on rocks and trees. Since much of Zofnass is a wetland area, the paint needs to be removed without using harsh chemicals. Fortunately, greater minds than mine have come up with a solution that works without harming the environment. What we need now are some people who can spend a little time implementing their remediation plan. Come out Saturday, November 8, at 9:30 a.m. for whatever time you can and help restore the preserve. Meet at the main gate, bring a pair of work gloves and dress to get dirty. I’ll post any additional supplies that would be helpful next week (like scrub brushes and buckets). I have some extra Sarah Bishop Bushwhack long-sleeve t-shirts (mostly large) that I’ll give to anyone who shows up. And as a bonus to show off your work, we’ll run here the next day so you can take pride in your job well done.