Weed Wrangle planned at Hayswood Nature Reserve
All interested persons are invited to join the Harrison County Native Habitat Alliance on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon for a morning of pulling garlic mustard from the Indian Creek Trail.
There will be a brief wildflower walk starting at 9 a.m. before weed-pulling work begins. Learn plant identification and how to support pollinators and help restore native habitat.
All ages are welcome.
Volunteers should wear appropriate clothing: long sleeves and sturdy pants and shoes. They are asked to bring their own gloves, water and snacks.
The Indian Creek Trailhead (the lower parking lot at Hayswood Nature Reserve) is the designated meeting point for the event.
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 works in partnership with the Indiana Invasives Initiative, Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasives Management and The Nature Conservancy.
For more information, call Samantha Ransdell at 812-669-2093 or send an email to [email protected]