BSLA Volunteer Day Along the Charles :: Saturday, April 10, 9am-1pm


Volunteer Day Along the Charles
April 10, 2010
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Community Rowing Boat House
Please RSVP by Thursday, April 8 to ChapterOffice@BSLAweb.org

The
Boston Society of Landscape Architects (BSLA) will assist the Charles River Conservancy for a volunteer work day to celebrate Landscape Architecture Month. Please join us for a morning along the Charles River with your fellow Landscape Architects and members of the Community Rowing community. Work will involve clearing a neglected section of park just upstream of Community Rowing and the Department of Conservation and Recreation's public boat launch. Meet at 9:00 am by the Conservancy Dump truck (parked near the boat launch). This work will improve vistas and sight along the river as well as open up an overgrown section of park. Use loppers and other hand-tools to remove invasives and sight-blocking growth. Please check in with Ray Dunetz, BSLA President, upon your arrival and prior to beginning work.

For more info. contact, Charles River Conservancy representative:
John Broderick
503-504-0458

Participants should bring:
• Appropriate outdoor work clothes (these clothes should be warm, and could get dirty)
• Work boots or sturdy old shoes

Charles River Conservancy will provide:
• Tools
• Supervision
• Work Permits
• Water
Note: Bathrooms are not available on site and are a reasonable walk away.
Please RSVP by Thursday, April 8 to ChapterOffice@BSLAweb.org.

The first 5 BAC volunteers will receive BAC t-shirts to wear to the event (limited sizes available, stop by the BAC Student Development Office on the 1st floor of 320 Newbury St.).



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