Weed Wrangle to take place at Hayswood
Join the Harrison County Native Habitat Alliance for a morning of clearing invasive shrubs from the Indian Creek Trail on Saturday, Oct. 3, from 9 a.m. to noon. Learn plant identification, how to support pollinators and help restore native habitat.
All ages welcome.
Participants should bring their own gloves, water, snacks and tools (pruning clippers, hand saws, etc.) and wear appropriate clothing and sturdy shoes or boots. Long sleeves, hat and bug spray are recommended. They should also bring a face mask and don’t forget to social distance.
Meet near the Indian Creek Trailhead (the lower parking lot) at Hayswood Nature Reserve west of Corydon.
The Harrison County Native Habitat Alliance is a volunteer group, organized to conserve the habitats of Harrison County by educating the community about the impacts of invasive species. The HCNHA is supported by the Indiana Invasives Initiative, Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasives Management and The Nature Conservancy.
For additional information, call Kaila Knies, regional specialist, at 812-631-7913 or send an email to [email protected].