Mores Creek May 3rd
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Subject: Mores Creek May 3rd
Getting your hands dirty…
by Pam Smolczynski, Trout Unlimited Boise River Coordinator
Want to plant a tree for trout?
I could really use some hands to plant some beautiful cottonwood trees along the banks of Mores Creek, near Idaho City! These trees have been carefully grown for three years. I am excited to show you what we are accomplishing up on Mores Creek!
Please consider volunteering for a Saturday morning this spring! Here are the details:
When: May 3rd 10:00 am
Where: Pine Creek turnoff – just one mile above Idaho City on Highway 21. Just turn right and follow road to the creek.
Why: Phase II of the Mores Creek Restoration Project is ready to be planted!
Please dress according to the weather.
Coffee and Treats will be provided, along with planting tools… just bring your smile, and maybe a pair of gloves.
Please contact Pam at 938-1110 ex. 14 OR cell: 859-7359 so she knows how many shovels and treats to pack up there!
Subject: RE: Mores Creek May 3rd
From: Pam Smolczynski
Thank you Trout Unlimited Volunteers - for a very successful May 3rd Tree Planting on Mores Creek!
Trout Unlimited was joined by Sierra Club members,BSU students, school teachers, and locals to plant over 200 trees in tough terrain!
That is the good news! The BAD NEWS is we still have over 400 more plants to get in the ground this spring! (and that is good news too) Please mark your calendars for the morning of May 31st for a Special TU planting event! The floodplain waters will have receded and the planting will be relatively easy! I need your help that day - one final push!
Please let me know if I can count you in. If you haven't volunteered for a TU project, make this your first - you won't be sorry! Only two hours work, it won't be all day! Please help restore Mores Creek!
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