Sue-meg State Park
March 11, 2023
On a crisp morning, 8 volunteers enthusiastically joined us for a habitat restoration project at Sue-meg State Park. This scenic park, nestled on the ocean headlands, boasts lush forests and stunning coastal views. Volunteers dedicated their efforts to removing two non-native species, crocosmia and English ivy, from the campgrounds. Their hard work prepared the park for the upcoming busy season and helped to restore and protect the natural habitat. At the end of the workday, the volunteers removed an impressive 15,000 square feet of invasive species. Special thank you to our Volunteer Program Manager, Melissa Potts, and park staff, Brooke Roehrick, for leading this successful workday event!
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