National Public Lands Celebration at Gallatin County Regional Park
WHEN: 9am – 1pm on Saturday the 28th. Registration begins at 9am and projects will run until 12:30.
WHERE: The Oak Street parking lot of the Gallatin County Regional Park in Bozeman.
WHAT: Montana Conservation Corps and REI are teaming up to host a park clean-up & maintenance service event. Projects on tap for the day include painting, sign and structure installations, weeding, and stream rehabilitation. No experience is necessary and volunteers of all ages are welcome.
WHAT TO BRING: Work clothes, gloves and shoes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, water bottle, and rain layers in case of inclement weather. We will provide tools, lunch, snacks, and extra water.
Lunch will be provided by Baja Fresh and our first 100 volunteers will receive free shirts!
If you have any questions about participating, please contact Gia at (406) 586-0151 or email@example.com
The Gallatin Regional Park is heavily used by the Bozeman community throughout the year. This day of service allows residents an opportunity to show their appreciation for public lands and give back to the park. Public lands need a lot of maintenance work, but with the cooperative efforts of our community, we can improve one of Bozeman’s most popular parks in just one day.
Why volunteer on National Public Lands Day?
According to the National Environmental Education Foundation, National Public Lands Day (NPLD) is the nation’s largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands. In 2012, around 175,000 volunteers worked at 2,206 sites in every state of the U.S. to preserve and protect America’s natural heritage. NPLD educates Americans about the need for shared stewardship, builds partnerships within communities, and improves public lands while giving volunteers the opportunity to assist in hands-on work.
Montana Conservation Corps and REI hope you will join us for this celebration in Bozeman!