Invasive Species Management at Holly Trailhead | Shoreline Stewardship

Saturday, May 18th, 2024 from 9:00am to 12:00pm (CT)
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The Trail Conservancy continues to protect, enhance, and connect trail users to the Ann & Roy Hike and Bike Trail. One way to enhance and protect is by aiding native plant communities by reducing the pressure of invasive plant species along the shoreline of Lady Bird Lake. 

Staff will identify invasive species and educate volunteers through mechanical removal (weed wrench/uprooter). 

Event Details: 

  • Meeting Location: Holly Trailhead (GoogleMaps Link). Please look for an orange TTC flag or tent.
  • Parking Information: Free parking south of the Camacho Community Center (GoogleMaps Link)
  • Project: Invasive Species Managment, removing introduced plants through mechanical removal.
  • What to bring and wear: Wear closed-toed shoes, long pants, and sun protection (sunglasses and a hat). Bring a filled water bottle. TTC will provide gloves and tools for the event. 

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