Invasives Removal Near Connersville April 20

Want to get some outdoor exercise and have an opportunity for some hiking at the same time? 

Join Central Chapter Invasive SWAT Team and the Indiana Audubon Society on April 20 at the Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary near Connersville.  We will be removing garlic mustard, oriental bittersweet, 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 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.


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    Tom Hohman wrote on February 24, 2013

    Thanks. There will be numerous other oppertunities for invasives removal too, plus the Turner and Watanabe Gardens at the State Museum.

    Ann Foster wrote on February 16, 2013

    Tom, I spoke to the two most recent Marion County Master Gardener classes and gathered names of people interested in invasive plant removal activities....list went to Wendy who, I think, entered them into a data base....I suspect many of the MGs have not joined INPAWS yet, but are potential members -- if contacted directly by email about this activity. MG interns can count the time for completion of required service hours so there could be quite a turn out.

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