Many of our region’s parks are overrun with invasive vines. While the vines can have a certain jungle-like charm, they are truly awful for the long-term health and ecology of native species. Unfortunately, getting rid of them is a bear (figuratively, of course) that takes lots of labor.
That’s where you come in. Volunteers are needed to help with an invasive vine removal effort. The program will kick off at noon on Sunday, March 22nd, with a training session from a master gardener. The team will meet at Broadfield and Quaker Ridge Roads, at the southwest corner of Ward Acres park in New Rochelle.
There’s more information in this flyer or send an email to Dan Spector at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
This is a great hands-on way to improve our local parks and environment. Come fight the invasion!