Gypsy Moth Scout & Scrape-a-thon at Bare Hill
April 17 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
When our beautiful lake and watershed are bombarded by multiple threats, many of you ask, “but what CAN I do?” CLWA has a new volunteer opportunity to get some fresh air, learn about the relationship between healthy trees and clean water, and physically remove egg masses of the invasive European gypsy moth before they hatch later this spring!
Volunteer for CLWA’s Gypsy Moth Scout & Scrape-a-thon scheduled for Saturday, April 17 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m at Bare Hill Unique Area. We will identify and remove gypsy moth egg masses at this family-friendly events held at different parks around the lake with noted infestations. One egg mass can contain 600 to 1,000 eggs, so destroying as many as possible will help in the effort to reduce the spring hatch.
CLWA will provide a short training and materials needed; you provide the interest, personal face masks, and gloves. We will maintain a physically safe distance from each other, wear masks, and enjoy making a dent in the gypsy moth population in an environmentally safe manner.
Click here to register: Bare Hill Scout & Scrape-a-thon
After registering, you will recieve a confirmation containing more information about gypsy moth scouting, what to bring, and other details.
Contact for the day:
Lynn Klotz: lynnK.email@example.com