On Sunday, November 10 from 9am - 12pm I assisted in the cleanup of the Dumbarton Oaks forest in Georgetown. My primary responsibility was to cut down bamboo, which is an invasive species in the park. The large amount of bamboo in the forest affect the native plants species adversely, which is why it was necesary to take down.
I volunteered on the Bell Hall roof where I continued making eco-bricks.
For the third time I volunteered with Grate Patrol to deliver breakfast and coffee to DC's homeless population.
For the second week in a row, I went to St. Pauls Church early in the morning to help other volunteers deliver sandwiches and coffee to part of the DC homeless population.
I continued making eco-bricks in the Bell Hall greenhouse.
I continued making eco-bricks in the greenhouse on the roof of Bell Hall.
I helped St. Pauls Church members distribute coffee and breakfast to homeless people living all across Washington, DC.