Everyone who enjoys the outdoors is invited to help clean and improve Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge in celebration of National Public Lands Day on Sept. 29.
There will be work for volunteers of all ages and abilities. Lunch will be provided.
The event will start at 9 a.m. at the refuge Visitor Center, and work will include trash pickup, invasive species removal, trail maintenance and other projects.
Participants may spend the day or just a few hours, Donna Stanley of the refuge staff said.
National Public Lands Day is a day set aside each year to celebrate the national system of parks, refuges, national forests, grasslands and other recreation areas.
Muscatatuck is one of three national wildlife refuges in Indiana. The others are Big Oaks refuge near Madison and the Patoka River refuge near Oakland City.
Information: 522-4352, Muscatatuck@fws.gov
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