Volunteers are needed to help plant native trees, shrubs, grasses and wildflowers for wildlife inside Cox Hall Creek Wildlife Management Area in southern Cape May County.
October 10-11th from 10-2pm. (possibly the 12th if needed)
Cox Hall Creek Wildlife Management Area, Villas, NJ
This site is the former location for an old golf course named “Ponderlodge.” It was demolished last year and we need your help to install a series of gardens that will be used to demonstrate what people can do to help provide habitat for wildlife in lower Cape May County.
The entrance for Cox Hall Creek WMA is at the intersection of Bybrook & Delview Rd
Please bring some landscaping/planting tools, shovels, work gloves etc...that you can use to help plant.
We will have light refreshments. There is a bathroom on site. Please bring a pair of work gloves and dress accordingly.
Please RSVP by emailing Ben Wurst.