Cape May County Herald: NJ Audubon and Cape May Point State Park to Host Volunteer Restoration Even


Volunteers pulling clematis at CMPSP.
Photo By Suzanne Treyger


CAPE MAY POINT – The Cape Island Habitat Restoration Task Force (CIHRTF), a partnership organized by New Jersey Audubon, is kicking of the month of June by hosting a volunteer restoration event open to all members of the public. CIHRTF is an invasive species management partnership that includes NJ Audubon, the NJ chapter of The Nature Conservancy, NJ Division of Parks and Forestry, NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife, homeowners, and anyone who is interested in learning more about invasive species issues on Cape Island as well as promoting native species and restoring wildlife habitat.

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