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  1. Raptor Advocacy Rehabilitation & Education (RARE) - ReTree Linn County

    April 24, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Wickiup Hill Learning Center

    The program will feature The RARE (Raptor Advocacy Rehabilitation and Education) Group’s live Education Ambassadors. The derecho affected not just people but wildlife as well. Join in on the discussion about the importance of trees and how they support all wildlife of Linn County and Eastern Iowa. From the smallest insects all the way up to eagles and deer, they all need trees and other native habitat to survive. Help ReTree Linn County! The first 25 people to register, in each session, will receive a free small native tree or shrub. Programs held outside and wearing a mask is recommended. Bring camp chairs or blankets to sit on. Each program is limited to 50 attendees. Pre-registration is required. Program is free but a suggested donation of $10 is appreciated. All donations will support The RARE Group. RARE and ReTree shirts will be available to purchase on site. Learn more about The RARE Group at www.theraregroup.org. Meet at the primitive campsite near the nature plays

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  2. Raptor Advocacy Rehabilitation & Education (RARE) - ReTree Linn County

    April 24, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Wickiup Hill Learning Center

    he program will feature The RARE (Raptor Advocacy Rehabilitation and Education) Group’s live Education Ambassadors. The derecho affected not just people but wildlife as well. Join in on the discussion about the importance of trees and how they support all wildlife of Linn County and Eastern Iowa. From the smallest insects all the way up to eagles and deer, they all need trees and other native habitat to survive. Help ReTree Linn County! The first 25 people to register, in each session, will receive a free small native tree or shrub. Programs held outside and wearing a mask is recommended. Bring camp chairs or blankets to sit on. Each program is limited to 50 attendees. Pre-registration is required. Program is free but a suggested donation of $10 is appreciated. All donations will support The RARE Group. RARE and ReTree shirts will be available to purchase on site. Learn more about The RARE Group at www.theraregroup.org. Meet near the primitive campsite by the nature playsc

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