Upper Valley Garlic Mustard Muster
Thursday, April 24, 4:30-6pm
Conservation volunteers from across the region are invited to learn about garlic mustard, how it threatens forest health and what can be done.
Come share your ideas and get involved. At the Mayer Room at Howe Library, 13 South Street, Hanover. More information about the program.
Habitat Restoration at UVLT’s Gateway Conservation Area
Saturday, April 26, 8am – noon
Join volunteers from the Geisel School of Medicine to remove invasive plants and maintain forest health along Blood Brook in Norwich. More Information.
Volunteer Day at Milt Frye Nature Area
Saturday, May 3, Two half-day sessions: 9 – noon; 1- 4pm
Join the Milt Frye Nature Area Committee for an introduction to invasive plants and reasons for removal, then pitch in to restore this natural area in Norwich.
Rikert Wildflower Walk
Friday, May 16,2:30 – 4:30pm
The hillside and floodplain along UVLT’s Broad Brook Trail and Veteran’s Memorial in Sharon offer growing conditions ideal for a wide range of native wildflowers. Many should be in peak bloom. Information and directions to be posted here soon.
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