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Michigan United Conservation Clubs - On the Ground Volunteers in Action

On Saturday, February 3, 2024, MUCC’s On the Ground Program hosted a brush pile-building event in partnership with the Bellevue Conservation Club. Brush piles are called “rabbitat” because they provide habitat for rabbits and many other species, including chipmunks, squirrels, mice, snakes, and ground-nesting birds. Brush piles are also used as hunting grounds for hawks, foxes, and weasels. 15 volunteers gathered for this event and were very hoppy with all they accomplished by the end of the day.

Volunteers In Action

Thank you!

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