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  1. Come help on Saturday 9/25/21 Start time 9am as we plant 600 plants on the west branch Dupage at Warrenville. Bring gloves & waders. We are working with Jesse Demartini FPDDC & head of the Urban stream research center at Blackwell. Plants are native streamside including: Rose mallow, lizard tail, water willow, sweet flag& blue flag iris. Lunch afterwards at the Town Tap. https://goo.gl/maps/T1xuqGL4VAS68Q7Q7 John. The map on the link is Warrenville. Everyone can park along Second St. (2nd St.) which is east of the river and next to the Warrenville Museum and Historical WarrenTavern. We will be planting along the east and west sides of the river upstream of the Warrenville bridge and also downstream of the bridge in various areas. Ill meet you there ( by the museum building) around 8:45am and we can transfer the plants and other items (water, gloves, etc.)into my truck. I will then drive the truck along the trail closer to the river with the equipment ( dibble bars, etc. ) and plants. When done, maybe we can have a bite to eat at the Town Tap... Jess Post or pm me if you can help. We will have lunch afterwards. This should be an easy one, cool temps & low water levels. Bring waders & gloves.
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