Volunteers to plant trees, wildflowers at Little Cypress Creek Preserve
Little Cypress Creek Preserve will be the site of a tree planting and work day on Saturday, Jan. 22.
Volunteers are invited to join the Bayou Land Conservancy in planting trees, sowing wildflowers and removing deep-rooted invasive sedge on Saturday, Jan. 22, from 9 a.m. to noon.
The work day will be held at Little Cypress Creek Preserve, located in northwest Harris County in Cypress. The park is made up of 58 acres of forested wetlands, adjacent to Little Cypress Creek, at the intersection of Telge and Spring Cypress. There is a parking lot at the front of the park.
Volunteers should wear a coat, hat, work gloves and boots, and bring a water jug. Rain gear also may be needed. Those who have tools are welcome to bring shovels, sharp-shooter shovels, clippers and wheelbarrows.
Registration is requested, as there is a limited supply of native trees to be planted by volunteers. Call 281-576-1634 to register, and visit www.bayoulandconservancy.org for more information.