On Saturday, volunteers at the event worked to peel back years of neglect and blight that have been building on the property. They even got creative as they painted over a graffiti-covered utility box, stained the entry fence, and spruced it up with painted butterflies.

Volunteers also planted 20 native buttonbush shrubs and native red mulberry trees-native plants to attract pollinators and provide food for birds.

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