Did you know the North American wild bird population has lost 2.9 million birds since 1970? Did you know native plants directly tie to their survival?
Removal of invasive plant species allows space for native plants to grow. This is why we wrangle invasive weeds!
Join members of Upper Wabash Invasive Network (UWIN) for a Volunteer Workday to help combat and remove invasive plant species along the Wabash River Trail on March 11. The Weed Wrangle will begin at 1 p.m. and work until 3 p.m.
Meet at the Trailhead located East of 760 E. Hill St., Wabash. Location coordinates are 40.805912, -85.807869.
Volunteers will learn proper techniques in hands-on removal of targeted invasive plants.
Dress for the weather. If you have hand tools, bring them (no chainsaws, please). Consider becoming a member of UWIN!
For more information, contact Teresa Rody at 260-468-2127, or email Trody@dnr.in.gov.