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Volunteers will maintain native plants along Paradise Creek

PULLMAN, Wash. – The Center for Civic Engagement invites volunteers to help with Paradise Creek maintenance 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, May 28, in order to maintain native plants and ensure the sustainability of the project.
 
Volunteers should meet at the University of Idaho Student Recreation Center at Line and Pullman roads in Moscow, Idaho.
 
Workers should be prepared for both sun and cold weather. Wear work clothes and sturdy shoes and remember to bring sun screen, a hat, a water bottle, snacks and other necessary items.
 
Students interested in earning community service hours through the CCE should bring a Monthly Record of Service Hours Form that can be found on the CCE website.

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