PHILIPSBURG:— This coming Saturday, February 24th, EPIC invites volunteers to their restoration site at Sentry Hill for a tree-planting and path-making session. The restoration site has been cleared of all invasive plant species, replacing them with native trees. With this action, EPIC aims to restore natural habitats for endemic species and increase St Maarten’s biodiversity. EPIC promotes community involvement in environmental restoration efforts, therefore, a natural trail is being created within the site. During this event, volunteers will have the opportunity to help build the trail and plant a native tree of their own.
If you enjoy gardening, would like to know more about St. Maarten’s native ecosystems and want to plant your own tree, then join the EPIC team this Saturday! Drinks and snacks will be provided, just make sure to bring strong shoes, a hat and sun cream. The event will take place from 8 am until 10 am.
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or call +1721 523-4443.