Class: Non-Native Invasive Plant Removal Field Session
Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM (EDT)
This April 26th session is an invasive removal field session built upon a class taught on April 23rd, which is a prerequisite. To register for this training (both the class and this field session), go to the registration page. Participants will learn how to identify and control species of non-native, invasive plants found in the Washington, D.C. area including garlic mustard and mile-a-minute.
Participants will be given the location of the field session after attending the classroom portion of the class held on April 23rd.
Ana Chuquin, Rock Creek National Park
Mary Farrah, UDC Cooperative Extension Service
Who Should Attend?
Open to the general public for those interested in learning to identify non-native, invasive plants found in the region and how to control these species.
Light refreshments will be provided but it is recommended that participants bring water and a snack.
Continuing Education Credits
ISA Continuing Education Credits available.
Casey Trees is a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit established in 2002 committed to restoring, enhancing and protecting the tree canopy of the nation’s capital. To learn more about Casey Trees, visit caseytrees.org.
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