Learn how to get rid of garlic mustard, English ivy, multiflora rose, Oriental bittersweet, privet and burningbush on your own property and make way for forest wildflowers, native shrubs and the next generation of trees. Native plants will be available for sale at the “Buy One, Plant One Sale”
Invasive plants cause great harm to native biodiversity and wildlife habitat. In this hands-on workshop led by Dr. Roger Latham, nationally recognized leader in conservation biology, EAC members will teach participants how to identify native versus invasive plants and will present the best methods and times for invasive removal.
As part of the workshop, participants will practice their new knowledge and help enhance the health of the Saul Wildlife Sanctuary by removing invasives and planting native forest understory plants. Participate in the full workshop (bring gloves and wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty), or simply stop by and buy some native plants for your own property. We look forward to seeing you there!
Rain Date: May 21