Invasives removal at Glick Nature Preserve

Central Chapter’s Invasives Swat Team is planning a volunteer day to remove invasives at the Gene B. Glick Nature Preserve in northeast Indianapolis.  Volunteers will meet at the Glick NP on Sept. 6 at 9:00, and work until about 12:00.  This will be a combined effort with volunteers from the Central Indiana Land Trust (owners of the property), and a follow up on earlier efforts.  Focus this time will be on bush honeysuckle, English ivy, and a non-native wisteria.  It’s a great opportunity to get some exercise, enjoy good company, and help nature at the same time.

The Glick Nature Preserve is located at 42 nd St. and Mitthoefer Rd.  Exact location and more information on the site can be found at their web site http://www.conservingindiana.org/index.html.  Anyone interested in helping with this effort, or just wanting to be notified directly about future efforts should contact Tom Hohman at pastpres@inpaws.org.

Comments

    Tom Hohman wrote on April 16, 2017

    You will need to contact the owners of the property, Central Indiana Land Trust.

    Debra Edwards wrote on April 16, 2017

    Please help the community by cleaning up this property. Thank you.

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