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  1. National Public Lands Day at J. Strom Thurmond Project

    We will be blazing trails, staining picnic tables, under brushing, landscaping and picking up litter.  Please wear shoes covering your toes.  In case of bad weather the event will not be rescheduled.  Lunch ...

  2. Trail Maintenance Day

    Volunteers will help with picking up trash, installing new signage, and "fixing" the trails at the park. Bring: Water Hat Weather appropriate clothing Work gloves Sturdy shoes Saturday, September 24, 2016- 07:00 ...

  3. Family Hiking Day on the A.T.- Max Patch Loop Hike

    and fly a kite (weather permitting). Wear sturdy shoes and bring plenty ...

  4. Shoreline and Campground Clean Up

    prepared with proper clothing in case of cool and windy weather, including ...

  5. Public Lands Day Volunteer Event: Tree Planting at Sleepygrass Campground in the Lincoln National Forest

    and for the weather (ie sweatshirts, jackets if necessary). Tools for planting the trees ...

  6. Kevin Butt Appointed to NEEF Board of Directors

    with everyday life: health, weather + climate, and nature where we live, learn, ...

  7. NEEF Awards Greening STEM Integration Grants to Educators Nationwide

    that best connect with everyday life: health, weather + climate, and nature ...

  8. Government Partners

    around NEEF's extreme weather messaging. The National Park Service ...

  9. Government Agencies

    extreme weather messaging. ...

  10. #ActAndSave: Power Outage

    Weather-related power outages have become more and more common across the country as our energy grid ages, and our winters get more extreme. That’s why some ...

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