Field & Stream magazine will join Friends of the Cedar River Watershed and local volunteers to help remove invasive species from the Cedar River near Renton, as part of its Hero for a Day program. Volunteers will work to eliminate invasive plant species from the Cavanaugh Pond area so that local fish and wildlife populations will have access to the food and shelter they need to thrive. Cavanaugh Pond is connected to the Cedar River that flows into Puget Sound. All ages and skill levels are welcome and will be accommodated. The first volunteers to arrive will receive a Field & Stream/Toyota gift bag. Volunteers over the age of 18 are also eligible to enter a drawing for a trip to Washington, D.C., to attend the 2012 Heroes of Conservation Award gala. For more information, visit: fieldandstream.com/heroforaday
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