Perhaps you’d like to play an active role in helping foster conservation. If so, you’ve come to the right place. The membership, led by the archery crew, has been busy conducting some conservation work on the Club grounds enhancing wildlife habitat. For instance, cover crops were planted in the back field near the lower parking lot.
The results: whitetail deer were often seen feeding there in late summer and early fall. In 2009, 24 crabapple trees were planted in the lower field, which hopefully will provide plenty of crabapples for deer, turkey, and other wildlife. Other improvements consist of pruning and cleaning out existing apple and fruit trees on the Club grounds. This habitat improvement is provided by volunteers who donate supplies and trees at zero cost to the club.
For more information, please call the clubhouse at (978)-369-9827