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They invite to a Saturday day to remove buffel grass in La Sauceda de Hermosillo | ELIMPARCIAL.COM

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HERMOSILLO, Sonora.- To withdraw zacate buffel and take advantage of the basketball courts of La Sauceda, activists of Hermosillo invite you to the Saturday day of this May 29.

Raúl Baca, activist and environmentalist, extended an invitation to citizens to come this Saturday from 06:00 hours in La Sauceda Park to continue with the rescue work and at the same time spend some time together.

“We ask that you bring your work tool to extract the root buffel grass, It can be shovel, pick, ax, spider broom, rake, talacho, their gloves, water to hydrate themselves and that they bring their breakfast so that when the day is over, ”he said.

Inside the park, some tables were left free of buffel grass and under the shade of the trees, making it an ideal place for a picnic, he said. Raúl Read.

In addition, the basketball courts are surrounded by trees and after the day of brushing off and watering the trees, they hope to spend some time practicing sports.

“The basketball courts are in good condition, there are very few places in Hermosillo where the courts are surrounded by trees and we have that in La Sauceda, there are even some parts where the shadow hits, so we will make some shots to the basket”, stressed.

On the day of this weekend it was called Talacho and basketball and for the next one it will be Shovel and yogaThey hope that every weekend they can bring a specialist to give talks on nutrition, the environment or a sports instructor.

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The appointment is this Saturday from 06:00 hours at the East entrance in front of La Burbuja, they are asked to wear comfortable clothes, tools and the mandatory use of face masks.

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