High Park Invasive Species Removal / Boulevard Bed Maintenance

Sun Jul 14, 2019, Toronto, ON

Maintenance, a.k.a. "weeding," is as important as planting and equally rewarding. Once the weeds are removed, the native plants have room to grow, display their beauty, and provide food and shelter for wildlife.

We will be working in our restoration sites, weeding and monitoring the growth of native plants. The targeted invasive species in High Park include garlic mustard, hedge parsley, Himalayan Balsam, Oriental Bittersweet, ragweed, sweet white clover, Queen Anne's Lace, motherwort, and burdock. It is amazing how our group can make a real difference in one morning.

The Boulevard Beds group will update our demonstration garden, near the Grenadier Cafe.

Meet us in front of the Grenadier Cafe at 10:30 am, and we will go together to the site. All tools will be provided.

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For more information:

Website: http://highparknature.org/wiki/wiki.php?n=VolunteerOpportunities.VolunteerStewardship
E-mail: stewards (at) highparknature.org



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