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With assistantance of volunteers, the Committee is surveying plants and animals, including birds, insects and reptiles that live in natural habitats along the Greenway. The findings will be posted here as the are gathered throughout the seasons.
With the help of a grant from the North Carolina Department of Urban Forestry, the Committee will be working with volunteers and professionals to identify plants along the Greenway and install information markers for the public. Surveys will be conducted four times this year in order to identify the differing vegetation that is present each season.
We will also be working with experts in urban forestry to determine whether and where additional plantings, such as vines and shrubs, should and could be planted along the Greenway to attract wildlife.
The Committee will also be able to present speakers for organizations throughout Pinehurst. We have programs on wildlife habitat protection – benefits and how to attract wildlife. If you are interested in finding out more about our wildlife habitat presentations, please contact Bob Boone, Community Outreach Chairman for the Conservation Commission.
is a charming, vibrant community which reflects our rich history and traditions, enhanced by a unique combination of cultural arts and recreational activities.
Village of Pinehurst
395 Magnolia Road
Pinehurst, NC 28374
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