Detroit & Ann Arbor
Remove invasive plants at Miller Nature Area in west Ann Arbor, Mich., through Natural Area Preservation (NAP - website).
Natural Area Preservation (NAP) works to
protect and restore the natural areas of Ann Arbor, Mich., and foster an environmental ethic among city residents.
Macalester alumni will spend a morning in Miller Nature Area removing invasive plants. At the end of the workday, volunteers will enjoy a short nature walk to see
all of the great work that has been accomplished in the park.
Date & Time:
9 a.m.-noon Saturday, May 13 (rain or shine)
Where to Meet:
The Arborview Boulevard entrance of Miller Nature Area, just east of Wildwood Avenue.
Take the Jackson St. Exit #172 - head East onto Jackson Ave.
Turn Left onto Revena Blvd.
Turn Left onto Arborview Blvd. ending at park entrance
From M-14 (from the east):
Take Exit #3 – towards downtown Ann Arbor, merge onto North Main St.
Turn Right onto Felch St.
Turn Left onto Gott St.
Turn Right onto Miller Ave.
Turn Left onto Arborview Blvd., ending at park entrance
Please wear comfortable clothes for outdoor work, including pants and closed-toe shoes.
NAP will provide work gloves, but if you have a favorite pair, you may want to bring them. Children are welcome to volunteer with their parents or another responsible adult.
Please RSVP to Jane Opgenorth Thielking ’89 by May 4.
Jane Opgenorth Thielking ’89
Last updated: 29 MAR. 2006