Gobblers & Garbage — Ocala Forest Clean Up
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March 13
Starting at 8am
WHERE
Pitman Visitors Center
Altoona, FL

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event_title: Gobblers & Garbage — Ocala Forest Clean Up

event_time_zone: America/New_York

event_start: March 13, 2021 08:00

event_duration: 180

event_end: March 13, 2021 11:00

event_address: 45621 FL-19, Altoona, FL 32702, United States

event_description: Join the Florida Chapter to help spruce up Florida’s grand dame, the Ocala National Forest on Saturday, March 13th at 8:00 AM.  Volunteers will gather at the Pitman Visitors Center located at 45621 FL-19, Altoona, FL 32702  Google Maps:  (29.0124077, -81.6417003).Please bring water, garbage bags, boots, work gloves and appropriate clothing for a day in the wood.The Ocala National Forest, covering 607 square miles of Central Florida was established in 1908 and is the oldest national forest east of the Mississippi.  The Forest is home to over 600 natural lakes and ponds, several blackwater rivers and numerous species of wildlife.Many areas of the Forest have unfortunately become heavily littered with bottles, cans, tires and even discarded boats.  Our goal is to remove at least 1000 gallons of garbage from the woods in addition to discarded tires, furniture, boats, toilets, etc.  Your participation is the key!Please RSVP today and help restore the Ocala National Forest to its splendor.  Those who participate will accumulate points for the Gobblers and Garbage Initiative.

Gobblers & Garbage — Ocala Forest Clean Up

Join the Florida Chapter to help spruce up Florida’s grand dame, the Ocala National Forest on Saturday, March 13th at 8:00 AM.  Volunteers will gather at the Pitman Visitors Center located at 45621 FL-19, Altoona, FL 32702  Google Maps:  (29.0124077, -81.6417003).

Please bring water, garbage bags, boots, work gloves and appropriate clothing for a day in the wood.

The Ocala National Forest, covering 607 square miles of Central Florida was established in 1908 and is the oldest national forest east of the Mississippi.  The Forest is home to over 600 natural lakes and ponds, several blackwater rivers and numerous species of wildlife.

Many areas of the Forest have unfortunately become heavily littered with bottles, cans, tires and even discarded boats.  Our goal is to remove at least 1000 gallons of garbage from the woods in addition to discarded tires, furniture, boats, toilets, etc.  Your participation is the key!

Please RSVP today and help restore the Ocala National Forest to its splendor.  Those who participate will accumulate points for the Gobblers and Garbage Initiative.

WHEN
March 13, 2021 at 8:00am - 11am
WHERE
Pitman Visitors Center
45621 FL-19
Altoona, FL 32702
United States
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Jim Hasley ·
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Scott Penka Lawrence Weldon Keefe O'Hara Jackson Fraser Ryan Montalvo Paul Plourde Stacy Elrod Joey Henry William Crebs James Hasley Joanne Preston

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