Montague Wood Bank Volunteer Day October 23
Montague Wood Bank is in need of help stacking wood on Saturday, October 23rd from 8:30-11:30
The Montague Wood Bank is in need of help stacking wood on Saturday October 23rd from 8:30-11:30
With fuel prices on the rise, the Montague Wood Bank is in need of help stacking wood for the upcoming heating season. Come and work alongside a dedicated group of volunteers using nature to make sure no one in our community is without heat when they need it most. Please bring sturdy gloves if you have them.
The Montague Wood Bank recycles town tree waste produced from hazardous tree removal and utility reliability projects. The wood bank is managed by the Montague Tree Advisory Committee with the support of the Tree Warden, DPW, and the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.
Residents interested in receiving dry firewood from the wood bank should contact the Gill-Montague Council on Aging at email@example.com or 413.863.9357. When: 8:30 am – 11:30 am or until we finish stacking. Where: New Location: Montague Community Wood Bank, 10 Sandy Lane to the right of the Franklin County Dog Shelter. At the transfer station behind the dumpsters and to the left of the old salt barn
Contact: Interested volunteers should contact the David Detmold, Chair of the Montague Tree Advisory Committee at 413-863-9296.
Posted: to General Montague News on Wed, Oct 20, 2021
Updated: Wed, Oct 20, 2021