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Make a Difference Day Service Project - November 1, 2008 with Rutgers Organic Farm

Page history last edited by Megan Acedo 11 years, 12 months ago

Make a difference in the community, join your fellow Bonners, and have fun!

 

New and Important Information:

 

  • Please wear weather appropriate clothing (weather on Saturday is expected to be in the high 50's-60 degrees and mostly sunny) and sturdy shoes (very, very important!) 
  • If you have one, please bring a pocketknife or utility knife for cutting twine.
  • Bring a bottle of water for yourself 
  • Don't forget digital cameras, and especially your brand new video cameras!!!
  • When you pull into the driveway, head directly straight to the back (past a red garage on your right and a large red barn on your left). Park in the back, look for Megan and she will direct you.
  • Megan's cell number for last minute emergencies is (559) 679-4234

 

Information:

Who: YOU and your students!

When: Saturday, November 1, 2008

Time: 11:00-3:00

Where: Rutgers Cook Student Organic Farm, see a map here and get directions below

Why: To benefit the community, log some service hours, and get outside to enjoy the fresh air! 

 

Our event will include an educational section as well as some time for service. Lunch will be provided. Please make sure to wear sturdy shoes and work clothes that are warm. We will provide gloves and tools. 

 

Just a reminder that this is a required event for AmeriCorps members. Please wear your AC t-shirts.

 

 

Directions:

from south of New Brunswick:

  • take Route 1 North, past Route 130 which is just south of New Brunswick
  • take the Ryders Lane exit towards East Brunswick
  • follow Ryders Lane, you will pass a stoplight and the farm is very soon after that on the right side of the road
  • the address (though very, very faded) is 67 Ryders Lane and the sign says Vegetable Research Farm

 

from north of New Brunswick:

  • take Route 1 south
  • take the Ryders Lane exit towards New Brunswick
  • merge onto CR-617/Ryders Lane
  • the address (though very, very faded) is 67 Ryders Lane and the sign says Vegetable Research Farm

 

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