Join The Trail CATS for a tree planting session at a newly acquired ELAPP property.

This event marks our second installation of native plants in an area that connects various nature preserves in central to southwest Hillsborough County. These trees will provide forage for wildlife, create habitat, and form a natural buffer along the nearby housing development.

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Things To Know

  • This is a free event
  • The length of the trail is around 2 miles
  • Participants must be at least 10 years old
  • Maximum of 8 participants per group

What We'll Do

  • Plant approximately 65 trees (oak, holly, and pine).

What To Expect

  • Engage in digging and manual installation of trees.
  • A hands-on experience that contributes to the local environment.
  • A one mile hike to and from the planting site.

What To Bring

  • Water in refillable container
  • Closed-toe shoes
  • Bug spray
  • Change of clothes
  • Hat
  • Long-sleeved shirt
  • Small backpack with hydration system
  • Snacks
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Towel
  • Work gloves

Registration and Participation

  • To secure your spot, email trailcats@hcfl.gov with the subject line "Tree Planting."
  • If your plans change after registration, kindly inform us via email so we can accommodate other volunteers.

We look forward to seeing you there for this exciting and impactful event!

Contact

Trail CATS Program
Trail CATS Coordinator
(813) 678-7072
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Last Modified: 3/1/2024, 8:57:57 PM
April 2024