Riverwood Conservancy needs volunteers

The Riverwood Conservancy is moving forward on a special Rhododendron garden project. A donor has made available 10-12 large Rhodos, ranging from 4-8’ wide to 4-7’ tall. A 1,000 square foot garden space adjacent to the back terrace garden, which our members have generously worked on for the last two years, has been prepared. The next step is to transplant the Rhodos from the donor’s garden in Clarkson to Riverwood, transporting them by way of a City truck and trailer. Digging, loading and transplanting must be done the same day. The work is scheduled for the 2nd or 3rd week of September but no definite date has been determined. There would be volunteer crews at the donor’s garden and ones at Riverwood. If you’d like to help, please contact Robin by email at or call 905-279-5878.

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