Volunteers help clean up Incline Village demonstration garden
Community Clean-up Day
Save the date and join your neighbors to clean up Incline Village and Crystal Bay on Saturday morning, May 9. Volunteers will assemble at Aspen Grove in Incline Village between 8 and 8:45 a.m. for a safety briefing, and to receive collection bags and street assignments.
Trash pickup will be from 9 a.m. to noon. Please wear a long-sleeve shirt, long pants, wide brim hat, suitable shoes or boots and sunscreen, and bring your own work gloves, water and transportation. No open-toed shoes permitted.
Children must be accompanied by an adult. Please return to Aspen Grove for a group photo at 12:15 p.m. Coordinated by IVGID, Waste NOT and the Rotary Club of Tahoe-Incline. For information, call 775-832-1284 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Wells Fargo Advisors Incline Village branch office volunteered at the North Lake Tahoe Demonstration Garden at Sierra Nevada College on Wednesday, April 16.
This event was in conjunction with Wells Fargo’s “Community Blooms” campaign, which encourages team members to become involved in community activities they¹re most passionate about.
The group helped with raking and bagging pine needles, picking up pine cones and other garden waste, and deadheading last year’s spent growth, among other gardening chores.
Team members Heather Hall, Jessica Abrams and Emmett Hall were pleased to present Margaret Solomon, president of the garden, a grant to assist the nonprofit with future improvements.
The North Lake Tahoe Demonstration Garden is an educational community garden at SNC Tahoe, planned, maintained and supported entirely by volunteers.
The garden promotes lake-friendly landscaping and conservation planning to help preserve our unique and fragile alpine environment. Visit demogarden.org to learn more.
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