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June 1 Jamaica Bay wetland planting photography

by liz | May 30, 2014 17:46 | 1,731 views | 0 comments | #10518 | 1,731 views | 0 comments | #10518 30 May 17:46

Image courtesy the American Littoral Society

This event is posted on behalf of Gena Wirth

What

Aerial photography during the Community Marsh Planting in Jamaica Bay, NYC

Where

Ruler's Bar Island, Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, Gateway National Recreation Area American Littoral Society Northeast Chapter 28 West 9th Road Broad Channel, Queens, NY 11693

When

Sunday, June 1, 2014 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Description

Open Call for Volunteers! Please join us for a community-led planting and restoration day on Ruler's Bar and Blackwall marsh islands in Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge. For the second year, we are teaming up with the Jamaica Bay Ecowatchers to organize a day of planting plugs of spartina alterniflora (marsh grass), repairing fencing and clearing debris as part of our Marsh Restoration Initiative, the first-ever community led marsh restoration project in a National Park. Click here to register.

Gena's planning notes

I am planning to go and bring the kite- Don has also graciously said we could use a 2 person kayak, or two single person kayaks.

Eymund, are you able to bring multiple kites and spools, or do I need to pick these up from someone? I am out of town until Sun morning but could coordinate a pickup then.

I have a junky camera we can use, but another one would be good.

See some of you soon!


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