Originally scheduled for February 20, but moved to the 27th due to rain/flooding.

Thanks to a habitat enhancement program grant from Duke Energy, Catawba Riverkeeper will be developing an interpretive trail at our Outdoor Classroom along the River in Fort Lawn, SC.

To prepare for trail building we need to remove invasive species. We’re looking for volunteers to help us with this task on Saturday, February 27.

If you’d like to help us remove trees and undergrowth, sign up to volunteer!

What to Wear:

  • Work gloves
  • Work boots
  • Long pants
  • Long sleeves
  • Face mask

Note: Restrooms are not available on site. Please bring your own filled water bottle. Tools provided.

Date: Saturday, February 20
Time: 9 AM – 11:30 AM
Location: Outdoor Classroom

(6155 Lancaster Hwy, Fort Lawn, SC)

Questions? Contact Southern Basin Director Haley Tedder (haley@catawbariverkeeper.org, 704-679-9494 ext.104).

Photo from the volunteer work day in August 2020.