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Free Seminar on Invasive Species Removal and Native Alternatives

Posted by ticker25 +5 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 12, 07 at 15:07

This free seminar is in Northwest NJ at the Montville Township
Public Library on April 18, 2007 at 7:30 p.m.

The seminar will cover identifying invasive species over their native counterparts (like European Bittersweet vs. American Bittersweet) best management practices for removal and restoration, and techniques and tricks for working with "must have" ornamentals as specimens in the garden (like working with a sterile miscanthus sinensis variety).

Then there will be a workshop on designing with native plants for the best outcomes for your residential landscape. Precedents and practices will be applied to a host of "problem areas".


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RE: Free Seminar on Invasive Species Removal and Native Alternati

I guess we can be done with this now that the event is over. Hope it energized a lot of people to get out and remove invasives.


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