9:30am to 12:30pm
Volunteers will be helping the Friends of Princeton Open Space clear back invasive species along trails and general trail maintenance.
Please wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. We will be working on clearing trails so also good to wear sleeves and pants. If you have gardening gloves please bring. We will supply the pruning shears.
Since its founding, Friends of Princeton Open Space has helped to establish over 1,000 acres of parkland and a network of trails that nearly encircles Princeton. In addition to land preservation, FOPOS also leads in stewardship, from creating and maintaining hiking trails, boardwalks and footbridges, to the removal of invasive species and the replanting of native varieties. FOPOS also sponsors community programs and activities, such as nature walks and educational workshops, and advocates for governmental actions that protect our water, land, animals and plant communities.