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Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

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Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Invasive Species Control Program

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Scenic Rivers Land Trust logoScenic Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the second season of its Invasive Species Control Program at Bacon Ridge Natural Area.

In May and June Scenic Rivers staff will gather for weekly workdays with small groups of volunteers to remove invasive plant species along the trails of the Natural Area.

Invasive plant species, such as Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, and oriental bittersweet, can be incredibly damaging to forest ecosystems. This program will continue this important work to protect the health of one of the largest contiguous tracts of forest in Anne Arundel County.

How to Help
Scenic Rivers is seeking volunteers to assist in weekly workdays on Thursday and Saturday mornings through the end of June. Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species focusing on removing Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

To participate, volunteers must:

  • Be 16 years or older;
  • Bring their own work gloves. Sturdy, leather work gloves are recommended; and
  • Be able to hike up to 2 miles to get to designated work areas.

Volunteers may sign up for as many weekly workdays as they are available. Teams and group signups are encouraged!

Questions? Contact Stewardship Coordinator Lindsay Smith.

Signup here.

GreenGive 2022 Partner
Scenic Rivers Land Trust is a GreenGive partner.

Tags: , ,

Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

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Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

Tags: , ,

Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

Tags: , ,

Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

Tags: , ,

Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

Tags: , ,

Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

Tags: , ,

Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

Tags: , ,

Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

Tags: , ,

Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

Tags: , ,

Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

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Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

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Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

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Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon RidgeVolunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

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Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

Tags: , ,

Volunteers needed for invasive special control at Bacon Ridge

GreenGiveA GreenGive partner event.

Volunteer Opportunity: Give a few hours to protect the beautiful Bacon Ridge Natural Area from invasive invaders!

The Invasive Species Control Program Weekly Workdays, on Thursdays, from May 20 to August 26 • 8 am to 11 am • Rain or Shine.

Volunteers will work on designated trail sections to remove specified invasive plant species. The species of focus include Japanese stiltgrass, wavyleaf basketgrass, oriental bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, multiflora rose, autumn olive, and Japanese barberry. Volunteers will be trained in how to identify and remove these plant species.

Info and to register

Eye on Annapolis Podcast: “We’re Being Invaded!”

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bringing nature home bookcover

Annapolis Green Reads

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Join the Annapolis Green environmental book club by Zoom to discuss the book, Bringing Nature Home: How You Can Sustain Wildlife with Native Plants by Douglas W. Tallamy.

Dr. Tallamy reveals the unbreakable link between native plant species and native wildlife. Native insects cannot, or will not, eat alien plants. When native plants disappear, the insects disappear, impoverishing the food source for birds and other animals. It will make you rethink your yard.

Questions, comments, want to join? Contact Karen Grumbles, our Green Reads leader, at greenreads@annapolisgreen.com.

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Invasive Species Q&A

bud reevesJoin the Watershed Stewards Academy’s Tree Troopers for an Invasive Species Q&A via Google Meet featuring Bud Reaves, Anne Arundel County Forester, and Craig Highfield, the Director of Forest Programs for the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay.

They will discuss invasive plant species, how they affect our forest canopy, and how to properly control them. In preparation for the conversation, review these great resources that the Anne Arundel County Weed Resistance put together for Class 12 Steward Candidates: Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4

To join, please RSVP to Alyssa Brummitt: cont-abrummitt@aacps.org.

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smithsonian environmental research centerInvasive species have been crossing to new shores in the hulls of ships, unseen, for centuries. But in the late 20th century, scientists and managers began discovering more of them inside the ballast water ships carry for balance. In this talk, SERC marine biologist Greg Ruiz will highlight some of the latest efforts to track and clean up ships’ ballast water and prevent future invasions.

The talk will be held in the Schmidt Conference Center. Light refreshments at 6:30 p.m.

DetailsInformation about all the lectures in the series

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