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invasive removal for postHelp save the wild flowers in Forest Hill Park!

Join us to find and remove English ivy seedlings and small plants that are just getting started in areas where lovely native wildflowers still exist.

We will walk the woods to search for and removing these small plants before they become big problems.  This search and destroy mission even has a name in the invasive species world…

 Early Detection, Rapid Response

Here are the details:

Saturday, May 3  9:00 am – Noon
or as long as you can stay.

Meet at the lake near the dam.  The work area is downstream from there, toward Riverside Drive.

Removing the plants will be easy, but we will be working on a slope.  Wear good, sturdy shoes, bring garden gloves if you have them, and water.
A few people will be asked to remove some larger invasives, but most of us will walk the woods.

  Please register here …


Questions ??   reedycreekcoalition@gmail.com

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Go Wild with Natives

Go Wild with Natives

Come to our meeting at the Stone House on April 9, 6:30 – 8:00 to learn why native plants are the answer!

Admission is free, but space is limited

To sign up to attend this presentation, please click on the following link:

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