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Winter is a great time to target invasive species for removal! We'll be focusing on pulling harmful Japanese honeysuckle, English ivy and other invasive plants that are present in the "old growth" forest fragment at Harriet Wetherill Park. This forest fragment is home to huge native oaks and hickories, as well as an interesting variety of rare plants that may not grow wild anywhere else in Plymouth or surrounding municipalities!
In spring, this forest is home to a beautiful variety of native spring ephemerals including bloodroot, spring beauties, and more. Removing invasives will help these natives thrive.
Please dress warmly! Wear layers, hats, and bring gloves. We will provide some small shovels, but feel free to bring your own if you'd like!
Please park in parking lot off of Butler Pike (2640 Butler Pike).
4 Positions Filled | 3 Impacts | 6 Hours