Badlands Conservation Alliance will be celebrating Earth Day this year by helping Theodore Roosevelt National Park “spiff-up” for the 2016 Centennial birthday of the National Park Service.
Wear your grubbies as we’ll be painting picnic tables and trash cans. Don’t forget your work gloves!
Depending on how quickly we get our official task accomplished, we’ll plan for an explore in the Park after, so pack appropriate hiking gear.
BCA has previously celebrated Earth Day in the Park by graffiti-removal at Buck Hill, litter clean-ups along the Scenic Drive and readying Painted Canyon Visitor Center for its annual spring opening. Each has been a success and volunteer work days give everyone a feeling of accomplishment and ownership.
This is a great event for introducing family and friends to the spirit of BCA. Fill your car with helpers!
What: Paint ‘em up Workday in TRNP
When: Saturday, April 16 at 9 AM MT / 10 AM CT
Meet: Parking lot of South Unit Visitor Center
Bring: Wear clothes appropriate for painting. Gloves as desired. Layers recommended. Hiking gear if we get our chores done. Participants are responsible for their own water, snacks and lunch.
Please RSVP to Jan at email@example.com or 701-255-4958. We’d like to keep the Park informed (and impressed with our willingness to help out).