Add to Calendar   03/10/2021 01:00 PM 03/10/2021 03:00 PM America/New_York Bringing Nature Home: IDing and Removing Harmful, Invasive Plants

 

Why are non-native plants undesirable? Where did they come from and why? Learn best practices for removal and replacement to benefit wildlife.

 

John Barber has been a citizen scientist for over fifty years, active in green space preservation, the recovery of Peregrine Falcon populations, and the continuing recovery of Eastern Bluebirds. Now retired after 35 years in the business world, he is focused on restoring and maintaining biodiversity. He is co-leading the Friends of Lower Lake, a program of the Doan Brook Watershed Partnership, working to restore habitat around Lower Lake Park in the Shaker Parklands. Attend to learn more about invasive plants and how you can better control your own plant populations.

 

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Virutal / Online 03/10/2021 01:00 PM

Bringing Nature Home: IDing and Removing Harmful, Invasive Plants

 

Why are non-native plants undesirable? Where did they come from and why? Learn best practices for removal and replacement to benefit wildlife.

 

John Barber has been a citizen scientist for over fifty years, active in green space preservation, the recovery of Peregrine Falcon populations, and the continuing recovery of Eastern Bluebirds. Now retired after 35 years in the business world, he is focused on restoring and maintaining biodiversity. He is co-leading the Friends of Lower Lake, a program of the Doan Brook Watershed Partnership, working to restore habitat around Lower Lake Park in the Shaker Parklands. Attend to learn more about invasive plants and how you can better control your own plant populations.

 

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March 10, 2021 at 1pm - 3pm
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Virutal / Online

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