Native Plantings and Habitat Restoration Site Tour

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Date(s) - Thursday, Jul 16, 2015
4:00 pm-8:00 pm

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Native Plantings and Habitat Restoration Site Tour will take place from 4 to 8 p.m.Thursday, July 16.

WNY PRISM and Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper will hold this tour of native plantings and habitat restoration sites in the Buffalo area. Part guided and part self-guided, the tour will include a diversity of sites, some of which are often closed to the public.

This free event will begin with a tour of Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper Riverbend site, where construction is currently taking place on a shoreline restoration project. Additional sites will include Oxbow Wetland, Tifft Nature Preserve, Seneca Bluffs, and additional Riverkeeper projects.

Participants will be provided with a map that includes information about restoration work occurring at these locations, and a copy of the Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper’s Western New York Guide to Native Plants for your Garden. WNY PRISM and Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper staff will be available at select sites to answer questions and provide tours.

Registration is required. Space is limited due to available parking at some of the sites. For more info and to register, contact Patricia Shulenburg, WNY PRISM Education and Outreach assistant, at 716-878-4708 or shulenpl@buffalostate.edu. Please register by Monday, July 13.