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Contact: Phil Lupsiewicz, 978-275-1705Concord, MA. Minute Man National Historical Park is famous for the events which unfolded here on April 19, 1775. Did you know that the park has over 1000 acres which supports a variety of wildlife, over 250 species of plants and a variety of habitats and natural features? Join us on Wednesday, July 25th at 1: 00 p.m., as our resource stewardship team showcases some of the many projects underway at the park.
Our resource stewardship team works to help us rehabilitate and restore the parks natural and cultural resources. The work has enabled us to restore areas of Blanding’s turtle habitat, the Parker’s Revenge battle site, remove invasive plant species, and rehabilitate the historic Buttrick Gardens.
Members of our resource stewardship team, from the American Conservation Experience, Greening and Youth Foundation, Friends of Minute Man Summer Stewardship Program and volunteers of the park will showcase their work with a talk and presentation from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Blue Theater in the Minute Man visitor Center, Route 2A, Lexington, MA, on July 25th
To learn more about this and other park offerings of Minute Man National Historical Park and the National Park Service, including the Junior Ranger program, The Wayside, ranger-led tours, and upcoming special events stop by the Minute Man Visitor Center at 2A, Lexington, MA, or contact Minute Man National Historical Park at (978) 369-6993, or visit www.nps.gov/mima.