Thursday, February 27, 2014

Spring's a-coming...

Although there is still snow on the ground, spring is just around the corner and will be heralded by this year's crop of invasive exotic woody and herbacious plant species.  These plants are often the first to bloom out and the last to lose their leaves, thereby outcompeting native plants in the landscape.  If you are interested in managing this invasion (or having someone manage it for you) on your property consider attending this presentation in Great Barrington by the specialists who have been undertaking invasive plant treatments on Kellogg Conservation Center lands for the past 5 years.  They know their stuff and ATC highly recommends them.

Invasive Plant Workshop
 
Where: Mason Library, Great Barrington
When: Saturday, March 8, 2014 at 10 am
 
Jess Toro and Sari Hoy, owners of Native Habitat Restoration, will give a presentation on how to identify and start addressing the problems of non-native invasive plant species in your yard, garden, and forest. Find out why we should care about them and how they can damage your property and natural areas. Jess and Sari will also describe different options for landowners to control invasive species on their land and potential funding resources.Free to the public.
 
Native Habitat Restoration
P.O. Box 582
Stockbridge, MA 01262
(413) 358-7400


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