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2018 MGS Spring CITO - Elk Neck Arboretum

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Hidden : Saturday, 28 April 2018
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Geocache Description:

cordially invites you to attend the Spring 2018


Elk Neck State Forest Arboretum

Saturday, April 28th
9am to 12 noon

Come join the Maryland Geocaching Society at the Elk Neck State Forest Arboretum for a Cache In Trash Out (CITO) Event on Saturday, April 28th at 9am.

This is an excellent opportunity to give back to Mother Earth by picking up trash and helping with trail maintenance at this great Maryland park. And since this is the last weekend of 2018's Earth Day CITO Week…

you will earn a souvenir by attending this CITO event!

(unless you earned one at GC7M2K0)

Two geocaches are planned to publish the day of the CITO for those who wish to explore the area further after the CITO event.

The schedule

9am–Noon: CITO and trail maintenance


Limited parking is available at the Park. Please carpool if you can.

What to bring

Trash bags and gloves will be provided by the park. You may wish to consider bringing handy items such as gardening gloves, old sturdy sneakers or knee boots, handi-grabbers, bug/tick spray, and plenty of drinking water. We have been asked to specifically help with planting trees.


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