Conservation Community Service Program

The GFWC Conservation Community Service Program is designed for our club  members to gain an appreciation for our environment. Through preservation, maintenance, and restoration of our natural resources, it strives to educate members about the importance of beautifying our communities; preserving, maintaining, and restoring natural resources; and stimulating citizen action to address these concerns. Our natural resources include, but are not limited to, water, trees, plants, air, land, and wildlife.

Incorporate any and all of these topics into your conservation plans:

• Recycling • Soil Conservation • Noxious Weeds • Air and Water Quality • Waste Handling
• Natural Resource Restoration • Land Maintenance • Tree Planting • Beautification
• Wildlife Protection • Proper Care for Domesticated Animals • Food Sources • Community Gardens

Chairman of Conservation Community Service Program:   Maureen Knightly

Whats going on . . . .

We recently completed our quarterly clean up of Brandon Parkway.