Invasive Species Removal
A Demonstration for All
Sunday, Sept. 11th 4 – 5:30 p.m.
Rose Field, Conway Center
Naturalist Laurie Sanders will show us how (and explain why) to how to properly tackle invasive Japanese knotweed, honeysuckle, Oriental bittersweet, and multiflora rose on your own property. Laurie Sanders, M.S, a field biologist and licensed herbicide applicator, is the former host/producer of Field Notes, a weekly natural history series on New England Public Radio. Last year she led two popular nature walks in Conway.
The town-owned field (former Rose property) on Shelburne Falls Road, is just north of Conway center. Sturdy cars should park on the field. Participants should take protections against ticks, poison ivy, etc.
Call (413) 768-7416 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Sponsored by the Conway Open Space Committee, Conservation Commission, and the Friends of the South River.