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Backyard Habitat for Birds, Butterflies, Dragonflies & More!
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Medford Campus Theater, Medford Leas
Lecture & Book Signing by Pat Sutton, Naturalist, Noted Author and Program Director, Cape May Bird Observatory
With the ever-present challenge of land development, our backyards and gardens are becoming increasingly essential wildlife habitats for birds, butterflies, frogs, toads, dragonflies and other beneficial insects. Pat Sutton's program is packed with the how's and why's of making your backyard garden beautiful and wildlife-friendly. You'll learn which garden techniques and practices to use and which plant-materials to select that will benefit your area's wildlife the most.
RSVP at 609 654-3527
Jane | 609 654-3527
Medford Earth Day Community Day of Service
Medford Works!, in partnership with YMCA Camp Ockanickon and the Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, is seeking teams of volunteers to participate in a Community Day of Service scheduled for Earth Day, Sunday, April 22, 2012.
Families, neighbors, troops, students, clubs, or any other group can put together a team of 2-10 members and plan a community service activity to complete on Earth Day. Projects must take place within the limits of Medford Township. If you would like, your team may work with Camp Ockanickon or Cedar Run as they have many projects set for that day. Otherwise, projects may be identified within your neighborhoods or other public areas. Projects planned on Township property will be sent by Medford Works! to the Township for review.
To register your team, please send the following information to Medford Works! at firstname.lastname@example.org: Team Name (Team Tamarac, for example), name of contact person, and a brief description of the project that includes location and goal. If you want to complete a project at either Camp Ockanickon or Cedar Run, please indicate that in your registration.
As a "thank you", all team members will receive invitations to a community celebration with snacks, activities, and music to be held at 3:30 pm that afternoon at Camp Ockanickon.