FedEx Volunteers Lend a Hand on April 8th


A large group of FedEx volunteers helped with Wolf River Conservancy habitat restoration projects on April 8th as part of the FedEx-National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Five Star Grant.  The volunteers began preparing butterfly beds and planted native trees at the Lucius Burch trailhead area, and at Lovitt Woods they installed a long row of bluebird houses and 2 large bat boxes with the help of volunteer Jim Waldron.  They also cleared privet and planted native trees in the oxbow lake area.  The Wolf River Conservancy and Shelby Farms Park Conservancy worked together on the 8th to utilize the volunteers on a variety of projects. We hope everyone had a great time, and we very much appreciate your hard work and your 550+ hours of community service on our behalf! Thanks again, FedEx!!!





Posted by Cathy Justis at 1:59 PM