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Avatar Grove Volunteer Weekend October 19-20th, 2013

Ancient Forest Alliance, October 14, 2013

Avatar Grove Volunteer Weekend October 19-20th, 2013
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A new bridge and staircase leading into the Upper Avatar Grove.
TJ Watt

The Ancient Forest Alliance is looking for dedicated, considerate, and capable volunteers to help construct the Avatar Grove boardwalk the weekend of October 19-20th in Port Renfrew, British Columbia.

Volunteers must be able to follow instructions accurately, be in good physical condition to do the work, and act safely, responsibly and respectfully without exception. Activities may include carrying heavy boardwalk planks, bucketing gravel, using hand tools, digging soil, moving rocks, etc.

It is cold at night in Port Renfrew at this time of year so anyone planning to come for both days and camp overnight must come prepared with a warm enough sleeping bag, blanket, dry layers of clothes, a thermarest or insulated foamy, and general proper camping gear for fall weather.

Please send an email with your availability, any related experience and physical limitations we should be aware of, and contact information to Avatar Boardwalk coordinator TJ Watt at: info@ancientforestalliance.org.
 


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