IRC is excited to say that our volunteer days at Lake Ida Parcel in Delray Beach will be back on starting Saturday, February 24th from 9:00am-12:00pm! So please RSVP once again with us for the new starting date!
Volunteers will help hand-pull invasive plants and remove debris/trash from the site. Participants are REQUIRED to wear close-toed shoes (NO FLIP-FLOPS!) and long pants.
All volunteers will get a free t-shirt when you check-in! We will provide all necessary tools, gloves, and refreshments. The meeting point will be at the Lake Ida boat ramp, so please check in before being taken to the site. See the flyer below for more info and contact email@example.com with questions and RSVPs.
IRC staff members spent the day planting 90 Croton linearis plants at the National Key Deer Wildlife Refuge! We would like to give a huge thank you to the volunteers at the native nursery at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park for helping us propagate these plants. And another thank you to Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge for storing the plants until they are ready for planting.
Although Hurricane Irma destroyed most of the Croton linearis IRC has planted at NKDR throughout the last year, our staff members observed signs of regrowth while installing the new plants.