The Finger Lakes Museum (FLM) was one of ten applicants awarded a Trees for Tribs Grant through the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. The FLM’s project includes the planting of over 3,000 native trees and shrubs to improve wildlife habitat, water quality and climate resiliency along Sugar Creek. These riparian trees and shrubs will be planted on the banks of the Museum property and its grant partners, the Izaak Walton League, and the Branchport Fire Department.
Work with community volunteers and local groups to begin planting along these properties will begin in May and continue throughout the entire month.
No experience is needed-we will provide the tools and show you exactly what you need to do!
*This will be outdoors so please dress accordingly and remember to bring water to stay hydrated
Please let us know you will be helping by registering through the Tickets link. Thank you!