There are plenty of events going on across the country on Saturday, September 24th.
This annual celebration of our country’s public lands was started in 1994 as an opportunity for the public to volunteer, improve, and maintain our public green spaces. It started out with 700 volunteers and three sites. Since the first year, it has continued to grow and last year over 170,000 volunteers joined together to work on projects in their communities. These volunteers worked at over 2000 sites across the country and were able to:
Find a site to volunteer at, learn more about the program, or even register your own site on the National Public Lands Day’s website.
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