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Big Sagebrush Seed Collection and Holiday Festivities in Eagle-Sat.Dec.15, 2018
with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game


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Meet at our Garden City office at 8:45AM to ride to the collection site close to downtown Eagle. OR meet at 9:30AM at the collection site (address to be provided). Finish by 2:00 PM.
Some transportation is provided by Fish and Game from our Garden City office. Please indicate in the comment box below if you would like a ride, so we can make sure to have enough vehicles.
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Festivities and Details for the Day
This is our end of the season seed collection day with festivities. Our gracious hosts, Bill and Cindy Clark, have offered for us to collect sagebrush seed from their private property. They also kindly provide a heated indoor space for warming up with some refreshments (hot coffee, tea, and cocoa) and breakfast items (muffins, quiche). We might even have holiday music. Please SIGN UP by DEC.10th so we know how many people are attending.

Plan to collect basin big sagebrush seed at this site that is very close to downtown Eagle. This work includes hiking, slight bending over, and carrying a five-gallon bucket (provided) with seed. If you have one, bring a clip, carabiner or short cord to attach the bucket to your belt or belt loop or you can carry the bucket.

Please remember to dress for winter weather which means cold, crisp days with or without rain/snow. You will need to bring layered clothing, hiking boots or muck boots or sturdy shoes, a warm coat, hat, and gloves. (We provide leather work gloves.) It could be rainy, windy, snowy, or a bright sunny day. Come prepared! Volunteer activities are subject to change due to weather conditions especially during the winter months when weather can be extreme and road conditions are unpredictable.

Restrooms are available on site.

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