Spring volunteer events

By Taylor on April 15, 2015 in Blog

Spring Beauty

Spring is here! Meet us outside.

April 18: RAVE at Ventura Cove

10 a.m. | Ventura Cove Woods

INHF joins Clear Lake Earth Days once again! Join us to remove trash from Ventura Cove Woods. Learn more here.

April 25: RAVE on the Wabash for Conservation

3 p.m. | Wabash Trace Nature Trail Trailhead, Council Bluffs

INHF’s RAVE program joins the Trace’s annual fundraiser for a conservation ride! Collect a piece of trash, redeem your prize. More information here.

May 2: Friends Against Garlic Mustard

9 a.m. and 1 p.m. | Palisades Park, Decorah

INHF and the Friends of Decorah Parks combat Garlic mustard – all hands needed on deck as a single plant can produce over 500 seeds! Learn more here.

May 16: “Into the Wild & Out with the Mustard!” 

8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. (lunch at 12 p.m.) | Heritage Valley

Meet others, enjoy the view and feel good about saving the Northeastern woods. Lunch and other refreshments provided. Learn more here.

May 19: Taco RAVE

5 p.m. – Sundown | Great Western Trail

Join INHF, Polk County and Warren County Conservation as we promote conservation along the Taco Ride, a ride that attracts hundreds of bikers to the Great Western Trail every Tuesday. Learn more here.

May 29: Great Race Against Shrubs & Shade!

9 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Turin Prairie

Join INHF, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, The Nature Conservancy and other partners to remove cedars from a large hillside prairie. This is a high-energy, impactful event. Learn more here.

Questions? Want to sign up for an event? Contact INHF Volunteer Coordinator Mary Runkel at mrunkel@inhf.org or call 515-288-1846.

Learn more about INHF’s volunteer program.

HOST YOUR OWN RAVE!Anytime, anywhereRAVES, or "Random Acts of Volunteering for Earth," have becomeextremely popular in the last six months. People across the stateare hosting their own events to get their friends, family andcommunity excited about taking care of the land. Interested inhosting one? Let INHF help. It's simple, rewarding and lots of fun.Check out more info here or contact Mary.