Help StreamTeam restore our watershed by removing invasive garlic mustard, a Class A noxious weed. Invasive plants prevent the growth of native plants, which impacts fish and wildlife by decreasing the diversity and abundance of our native insect populations from which they depend.
Gloves and boots will be provided. You will be taught how to identify invasive plants and look-a-likes. Bring work and weather appropriate attire, and a reusable mug. We will provide refreshments in the morning.
We will be meeting in the parking lot and walking a short distance to the site, more information will be emailed after registration.
If you are under the age of 18 and will not be accompanied by a legal guardian, you will need to bring a signed copy of this release form.