Horse Lake Restoration Planting


Join us for an afternoon of planting native grasses at Horse Lake Reserve. Volunteers can expect light/moderate work and walking 0.5 mile from the parking area to the planting location, elevation change of 100 feet (an optional planting location is 1-1.5 miles with an elevation change of 200-250 feet). The walk to the site is about half a mile along a dirt road (may be muddy). Planting will require digging and bending to plant grass plugs. This is a great activity for kids! Please bring a face mask if you plan to carpool, work gloves, water, layers of clothing appropriate for the weather on site (Horse Lake can get windy!), close-toed shoes, and a planting tool if you have a favorite. The Land Trust will bring a first aid kit, tools, snacks, and hot beverages. If you have dietary restrictions, please plan to bring your own snacks.

We are aiming to get 30-40 people at this event! Please RSVP by noon the day before.

Before you sign up, we recommend you read our Outdoor Volunteer Event COVID Safety Protocol.

*All work parties are weather and conditions dependent. Canceled work parties will be rescheduled if possible.

Questions? Please email Olivia Schilling, at [email protected]