Join Audubon Land Steward Andy Chapin for a Greenwich Grown workshop on invasive plant management and methods THIS Saturday, December 1 at 11 am in the Audubon Greenwich Center wildflower meadow at 613 Riversville Road followed by light lunch.
Invasive removal is necessary in order to restore native habitats and this Greenwich Grown workshop provides fundamentals of invasive control while striving to restore native pollinating plants to the local landscape through efforts of propagation, education and conservation!
Following lunch will be a propagation workshop at 1 pm for those that have interest in growing native plants from the seeds collected during the invasive workshop...bring a clean gallon milk jug and you will learn how to repurpose this plastic container into a mini greenhouse!
These FREE events are presented by Audubon Greenwich and Greenwich Garden Club Pollinator Projects...come for invasive workshop plus lunch AND/OR propagation workshop! Just wear your long pants, proper footwear, sun glasses, hat and bring your water bottle, gardening gloves, pruning clippers if you have them...will provide tools if you need them AND refreshments! Hope that you can join us to enjoy one or both educational programs with these conservation experts for this Greenwich Grown event...bringing awareness and knowledge to the invasive plant issue in our community!
If you are attending the weed wrangle at 11 please email your rsvp and include what adult male t-shirt size you wear to order your Greenwich Grown long sleeve t-shirt to Kim Gregory at email@example.com