SUMMER - INVASIVE PLANT MANAGEMENT

An influx of invasive species has the potential to degrade pasture land, devalue a forest, inhibit proper drainage and water flow of ditches and streams, inhibit recreation, and affect wildlife habitat. The District is hoping to receive grant funding (along with other partner groups) to manage invasive species in our county. While most of the work will be grant funding dependent, we are still hoping to get the ball rolling on our own, with or without that funding.

Generally June – September, volunteers can help hand-pulling, digging, hand-cutting or herbicide spraying. Anyone is welcome to volunteer, all around the county on public lands and waters, though certain jobs would require different age groups

No specific dates scheduled yet. If you have an interested group, we can schedule an event for you.