The benefits that a culture of volunteerism bring to a cause or community can be easily seen, but there are also countless benefits to the volunteer as well.
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Upon visiting the park, you will be welcomed by a fresh, bright and beautiful entrance. Joey Sviatko from Troop 9 installed the first stretch of fence and installed the new sign in February 2019. The other side of the entrance was most recently completed by Max Debenham from Troop 320 in May 2019.
Japanese Barberry produces a large amount of seeds as well as rhizomes to form new plants that shade out and displace native species. The thorns and dense foliage also provide refuge for small mammals that host the deer tick, the carrier of Lyme and other diseases.
On behalf of The Carroll County Forestry Board, Bethany has created Weekly Weed articles for you to learn more about different invasive exotic species! Each Wednesday she will cover a new invasive plant, how to easily identify the plant, and the best way to control it.
From the beginning, Charlotte’s Quest has been built on community service. Many features and displays are the results of scout projects, donations, and the like. We are thrilled to have our neighbors involved with our current updates to keep this long-standing tradition of volunteerism alive.
Many of summer’s most successful programs were made possible through the work of dedicated volunteers and partnerships with other local organizations.