If you’ve been to the park lately you’ve noticed a lot of activity and changes. The forest management project is in full swing. Learn more about this extensive project and its impact.
Register in advance for the Zoom meeting.
We will record the meeting and post it on our Friends of Sadlers Creek Youtube page.
Assistant Ranger needed – The park is recruiting for an assistant ranger for weekends and holidays. For more information, contact Ranger Ray Felton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’ve been to Sadlers Creek State Park this week, you will have noticed that the forest management project has started. They will be clearing the VA pines through May. Although, it’s disturbing to see the tree clearing, it’s necessary for the health of our forest. The many trees you see down are the invasive VA pines — many small branches, short needles, little pinecones. Hardier native long leaf loblolly pines will be planted in the effort to restore our long leaf forest. Watch for details on a zoom call with Ranger Felton to learn more about the project
Thank you for dropping off your Christmas trees and for donating cinder blocks. If you’d like to help with moving and dropping the trees, or can donate cinder blocks, contact the office at 864-226-8950 or contact email@example.com. Like us on Facebook to watch for details on volunteer opportunities.