Invasive Species Identification and Eradication Technique Class
Conservation Commission and Open Space Committee Host Invasive Species Identification and Eradication Technique Class
Bridget Graziano, Conservation Agent, and Jim Wickis, Open Space Committee, will lead participants on a walk to learn about some of Medway’s most serious invasive plants, and what you can do about them.
In this outdoor class, you will learn how to identify the invasive plants nearby and make an identification kit to take home with you. The goals when you leave this class is to take what you have learned and apply it at home or as a volunteer. After just a few weeks of using the ID kit, you will be surprised at how many invasives there are around us.
Please plan to meet at the parking lot on Adams Street, between the meadow and the HS emergency exit road (not under the powerlines). Class will begin at 10:00am, so please arrive about 10 minutes early to get set up and checked in. The class will last approximately 1 hour and we hope to leave a little time for questions. This event is free and both classes will cover the same material, but please register so we know how many to plan for.
Friday, May 20, 2022
Friday, June 10, 2022