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VSP: Seabourne 3rd Saturday Work Days – Orange COVID Alert
January 15 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
An event every month that begins at 9:00 am on day Third of the month, repeating until December 17, 2022
Jerry Trenta, Director Seabourne Creek Nature Park (SCNP) asks the following of the volunteers:
Volunteering at SCNP will be converted to “individual tasks only”.
There will be no gathering and physical distancing will apply.
Masks are always recommended when others are nearby.
Tasks can be completed individually or with couples.
Tasks do not need to be completed on regular volunteer days.
Available individual tasks include:
Bird feeder refilling – Check with Bill Johnson (email@example.com).
Bump ups and separations: Bump ups can be done at SCNP and separations can be done at SCNP or the materials can be taken home to be done in the comfort of your home. You will need to keep them watered until they are returned to SCNP.
Invasive tree removal: several tasks include brush mower clearing; branch trimming, chipper feeder, chainsaw work, log haul-off duty.
Jerry Trenta notes, “Be safe and stay healthy”. For additional information, check with Jerry Trenta (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Come help at Seabourne Creek Nature Park (SCNP), Texas Master Naturalist Coastal Prairie Chapter’s signature project! It is a great way to earn VSP hours; learn about butterflies and prairie plants; and enjoy time with fellow Texas Master Naturalists.
There are several SCNP areas needing attention:
- Prairie Restoration Project
- Butterfly Garden
- Bird Sanctuaries
- Prairie and Habitat Garden
- Arboretum Project
When: 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month, from 9:00AM – 11:00 AM
Where: Seabourne Creek Nature Park @ 3831 TX-36 Rosenberg TX 77471
What to take/wear to this event: Water, sunscreen, bug repellent, gloves, closed-toe shoes, and long pants. If desired, have a sack lunch.
Contact Information: Jerry Trenta, Seabourne Creek Nature Park Director, email@example.com
TMN COVID-19 Precautions: “For any indoor or outdoor activities that do occur in-person, masks and social distancing considerations are encouraged.”
Fort Bend County COVID-19 Orange Advisement: “Avoid and cancel medium (10-250 people) and large public private gatherings (250+). Avoid non-essential business and personal travel. Minimize contact with others, but begin leaving the home for non-essential needs, except medium and large gatherings. Practice social distancing and use face coverings.”
[VSP hours to be recorded in VMS under the category “SCNP-7 Habitats Public Access: TMN Report Hours”]