Volunteer Work Day: Invasive Species Removal at Logan Hill

Photo: Bill Hecht


9:30 AM—12:00 PM


Logan Hill Nature Preserve—town of Candor, Tioga County


Please RSVP with Nature Preserve Manager Jason Gorman by emailing jasongorman@fllt.org or calling 607-275-9487.


June 612 is New York Invasive Species Awareness Week. If you are interested in learning more about invasive species, please join us at the Logan Hill Nature Preserve to clear honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and more from an area that will be restored to meadow habitat. This work will be moderately strenuous and involves a one-mile hike to the field where we will be working. We may be able to shuttle volunteers to the site, and it is accessible if you have a high-clearance 4WD/AWD vehicle.

Tools and work gloves will be provided, but please feel free to bring your own. We will be working until lunch, but will provide water and light snacks. Please wear long pants and sturdy shoes or work boots.


From Ithaca, take 96B south towards Candor for approx. 18 miles. Take a right onto Mill Street (right next to the Dandy Mart), cross the bridge, then turn left onto Main St./Rte 96.  Turn right onto Water Street (just past the high school), then continue up the road and park in the water tower driveway on your right. Please do not block the gate.  We will arrange transportation to the work site from there.

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