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Help While You Hike! Summer Invasive Plant Removal On-Your-Own @ Warbler Ridge Conservation Area
An event every day that begins at 3:00 am, repeating until August 15, 2020
You pick the day, any day- any time! Help the woods on your next visit to Warbler Ridge by taking this map along and visiting our problem woody invasive plant areas. Remove plants, have fun!
We are inviting volunteers to use this map and individually go out and tackle woody invasives such as honeysuckle, autumn olive, privet, and multi-flora rose in the focus areas at Warbler Ridge Conservation Area. This map can also be downloaded here. https://www.grandprairiefriends.org/events/summertime-woody-invasive-removal-at-warbler-ridge-starting-july-4
Some but not all can be pulled by hand. If needed, reach out to Jeff or Terry for loppers and herbicide here:
Jeff Peyton, Natural Areas Manager, at 217-714-4171 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Terry Smith, Natural Areas Technician, at 217-512-9342 or email@example.com
Directions: Take Route 130 south from Charleston for approximately 3 miles to Daileyville Road (CR 1470 North). A brown hiker sign is posted at Daileyville Rd. Follow Daileyville road 1 1/2 miles to the gravel parking lot on the right. You will see the red barn and shack.
What to Bring: Appropriate clothing – long pants and shirt, work shoes and gloves. Bug spray and sunscreen recommended based on the season.