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Garlic Grab CITO

A cache by ptcline Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Saturday, April 28, 2018
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Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

It's Earth day, so why not have a Garlic grab?!


The Jackson County Conservation needs help clearing invasive species from Prarie Creek.  So this year for the CITO we will be having a contest to see who can pull the most garlic mustard.  The winner will receive two nights of free camping, donated by the Jackson County Conservation!

Along with the evasive weed pulling, we will also be picking up trash along the way.This is a great area and we want to help keep it clean for everyone to enjoy.

We will be meeting at the new pavilion at 1:00 and will be done by 3:00. Come out and help and earn a new souvenir!

Garbage bags, refreshments, and door prizes will be provided along with a few new caches. 

This 273 acre area was donated by Robert J. Martin in 2013 and is near to town. There have been a few paths mowed, but we will be covering some unmanned areas, so make sure to wear sturdy shoes and bring along a pair of gloves. 

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