Invasives removal at Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary

INPAWS Central Chapter, Invasive SWAT Team and the Indiana Audubon
Society will be joining forces on October 19 at the Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary near Connersville.  We will be removing oriental bittersweet, a non native viburnum, and whatever other non-native, invasive plants are encountered.

The Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary is owned by the Indiana Audubon
Society, which will be providing lunch for the volunteers.

Please RSVP to pastpres@inpaws.org so that we
can get an accurate count and to ensure that you receive directions and final
information prior to the event. Car pools will be organized for those wanting a
ride.

Comments

    Sylvia wrote on August 06, 2014

    They also removed some Multi-flora rose, Oriental bitwresteet and Japanese barberry, but the main species was garlic mustard. Hardworking, smart, funny and fantastic group of young adults!

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