Clean-up Day at the Battlefield with the Princeton Battlefield Society, Sierra Club & Civil War Trust. Since 1996, the Civil War Trust has sponsored Park Day, an annual hands-on preservation event to help Civil War — and now Revolutionary War & War of 1812 — battlefields and historic sites take on maintenance projects large and small. Participating in the Civil War Trust’s Park Day, a nationwide clean-up day. Coupled with the annual Princeton Battlefield Society’s partnership with the Central Jersey Chapter of the Sierra Club, we look forward to having family and friends join us at the Princeton Battlefield State Park for spring clean up! Each participant will receive a free T-Shirt! (while supplies last) This year we will have four teams – each with a team leader:
Team 1 – Brush Removal from “Island” Between Clarke House & Institute Woods;
Team 2 – Historic Back Road Pathway Removal of Small Brush & Bamboo;
Team 3 – Removal of Invasive Porcelainberry from Dogwoods near Colonnade; and
Team 4 – Stick Picking-up Around Shed for Young Kids.
We sincerely thank our partners Sierra Club’s NJ Central Group and the Civil War Trust. This annual event brings history enthusiasts together in an effort to help keep our nation’s heritage not only preserved, but pristine.
Questions? email@example.com; 609-389-5657.
Must RSVP with the name of the team you want to join.
Please register by going to www.pbs1777.org