On a warm, beautiful Saturday afternoon, at the end of October, we had our last invasive workday of the season, pulling invasives on the Riverstone Preserve.
Here’s Eric Reinz, one of our dedicated volunteers, holding a handful of asiatic bittersweet seedlings.
Though we are finished for the year, we plan to be back at it as soon as we can, in the spring of 2023.
We are so grateful for all the volunteers who showed up to help with this effort this year. Together, we pulled a lot of bittersweet seedlings (and some glossy buckthorn), which is a necessary and hugely important part of the management strategy following professional treatments.
Thank you, thank you!