As discussed we are doing free labor landscaping for the Folsom Zoo in an effort to bring more to a great cause.

We have three projects that we have now taken under our wing.

 

Project 1 (Riprian Exhibit) near the beehive colony:

Remove all blackberry plants from the enclosure
Remove Poison Oak
Remove Weeds to a clean slate
Plant Native Flowered Species for pollination and promote the nearby beehive colony

Needed for this project:

50:1 Fuel Mix Pre-mix Cans for Weedeating
Weedeating Trimmer Line
Native Northern California Species Plants for Promotional Bee Health (Please send us a message before purchasing plants to make sure they are approved)

 

Project 2 (Enchanted Forest) Christmas Tree Pine Area:

Make sure Pine Trees are properly watered and timers are set correctly
Change the irrigation setup from the main line to 1 in pipe to irrigation tubing
Remove Bubblers and add emitters
Add additional trees
Clean nearby weeds/beautify area

Needed for this project:

50:1 Fuel Mix Pre-mix cans for weedeating
Weedeating Trimmer Line
PVC Piping and Materials (Message for info)
Red Hot PVC Glue and Primer
Drip Tubing
Half Gallon Emmitters (Blue Tips)

Project 3 (Deer Enclosure) Central Zoo Enclosure:

Placing 5 Baby Willow Oaks
Irrigation to Trees
Fencing around trees to protect from Deer
Cleanup up Enclosure
Trim up existing Trees deemed hazardous

Needed for this project:

50:1 Fuel Mix Pre-Mix Cans for Chainsaw and Trimming Equipment
14in Chainsaw Blades
PVC Piping and Materials (Message for info)
Red Hot PVC Glue and Primer
Drip Tubing
Half Gallon Emmitters (Blue Tips)
4 to 7 ft non wood fencing
Metal Stakes
Zip Ties
Reflective Streamers

If you have any questions please feel free to message or comment below. If you would like to be present to personally help on these projects send us a message to find out how to become a member of our team. Be sure to visit the zoo to track our progress in person and support your local sanctuary! All materials purchased in retrospect with this project will remain at the zoo. All unused materials will remain at the zoo for future use.

Thanks for reading and following!

Jack Boyd
Owner

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