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PARTNER EVENT: Interpretive Sign Placement at Chip Ross Natural Area


Chip Ross Natural Area contains just over 125 acres within its system. The park features Oak Savannah and Mixed Upland Forest; through which runs a 1.5 mile trail loop, as it currently stands. The Oak Savannah habitat features Oregon White Oak along with a savannah understory and is the focus of ongoing restoration efforts. We have several new signs that will colorfully educate park visitors about the many interesting facets of trees and wildlife that can be found in healthy Oak Savannahs. For this day, we will auger out post-holes, then emplacing the signs with concrete and constructing braces. Tools, work materials, and work gloves will be provided for all; just dress for the weather, in sturdy shoes.

Please RSVP to if you’d like to participate.