The entrance to Crooked Bransh Ravine Park at the end of Northrop Street has been overtaken by a variety of invasive, non-native plants. This happened quickly, is now more that we can manage and so we have called for HELP! This week-end a small herd of sheep from RVA Goats and Honey will be chomping away at that aweful jungle so that we can begin to get some control of the area and let the native plants grow.
The sheep will arrive late Friday morning and leave early Sunday morning,
RCC members will be there from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 8 and we hope you will drop by.
See the sheep at work.
Get help with invasive plant ID. Have a question about something in your yard? Bring a sample or snap a picture.
A short, guided walk through the woods and down to the creek.
Plus the opportunity to see our lending libary and perhaps go home with a good book.
There really is no such thing as a bad plant. These plants (English ivy, privet, Japanese honeysuckle and others) just do not belong here!