Green Rock Audubon Marks 24th Year Serving, Protecting the Environment

BELOIT – Green Rock Audubon Society protects wildlife and native plants on 250 acres of area conservation easements, and it needs volunteers. Board President Neil Deupree issued the call for helpers at the annual meeting of the local chapter of National Audubon Society. Members from around the two counties gathered for the dinner and business meeting at Bushel and Peck’s local market Oct. 4. Green Rock members number about 450, including Brodhead, Juda, Albany and Orfordville membership. A core of committed individuals carries most of the responsibility for clearing brush, mowing hiking trails, torching invasive plants, all in order to restore and preserve native woodlands and prairies.

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