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Rotary Club of Southborough sponsors Earth Day activity
April 24 - April 25
Southborough – In response to the constrictions of the current pandemic, the Rotary Club of Southborough is sponsoring an Earth Day activity on Saturday and Sunday, April 24 and 25, aimed at engaging residents with the natural world around them in a private way. The activity, called “Bio-Blitz,” asks residents to venture outside and use the technology of their mobile phones to better acquaint themselves with the diversity just beyond their doorstep.
The Bio-Blitz is a concept originally developed by the National Geographic Society, that we, the Rotary Club of Southborough, are simply bringing it to a local level.
To support this activity, members of the Rotary Club will be at two of Southborough’s natural preserves. From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. each of the two days at the Breakneck Hill Conservation Land trail head and the Chestnut Farm trail head, members of the Rotary Club will be present to provide “socially distance” assistance to those who decide to explore these lands.
There is more diversity out there than you can imagine and getting to know some of it will improve anyone’s life. Visit the Southborough Rotary Club on FaceBook at https://www.facebook.com/RotaryOfSouthborough/ for more information.