Tuesday, August 22, 2017  

 

There are 3,000 community groups like us in the US.  223 other organizations like the Edgewood Flyers in this country operate within Fish and Wildlife Reserves, Forest Preserves, Water Sheds and Reservoirs, Wetlands, and BLM Land.  We continue to maintain the area and provide a clean and safe environment for our educational and developmental activities.  We are thankful for the NYSDEC’s help as well as for the members continued hard work.

  

   We have also worked hard with the NYSDEC in cleanup efforts as well as invasive removal.  On Earth Day 2010, the Edgewood  Flyers were the first group to initiate the largest undertaking at the Edgewood Preserve for the removal of an invasive species known as the Autumn Olive.  Over the course of the summer 2010 the Edgewood Flyers continued data collecting and monitoring.  Data was taken and compiled for continued removal over time for the NYSDEC.

    

 
   

 
   


   


   

Also an invasive grass called “Mugwart” has been pulled from many areas at the Edgewood Preserve. 
These events were done by the hard work and dedication of our members in order to continue to provide these activities for
our community as well as to restore the grasslands at
Edgewood.  We have routine garbage cleanup days
throughout the year as well.

     

 Three times a summer season we have “Garbage Clean-Up Day”

 

 

 

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