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Invasive Weed Workshop
Curious what the fuss is all about? Come learn about the problem with invasive weeds, identifying them, and the best way to remove them!
Join us as Barbara Phillips from the Museum of Northern Arizona teaches us about invasive weeds, how to identify them, the best ways to remove them, and why we want native plants to replace them! This is a FREE workshop, geared toward Open Space Stewards, Adopt-a-FUTS, Adopt-an-Avenue, Stream Stewards, and anyone else who is interested in learning more about invasive weeds and what to do about them. Please pre-register so we know how much pizza and other goodies to bring!
Free admission, but please pre-register here.
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Additional time info:
We will gather starting at the large ramada at Foxglenn Park at 5pm for pizza! Official program starts at 5:30pm. Assuming it's not pouring rain, we will walk behind Foxglenn Park to identify various invasive weeds, and demonstrate the best way to remove them. Wear sturdy shoes and long pants, and bring work gloves if you have them. We will supply extra work gloves, weed shovels, and weed bags.
4200 East Butler Avenue, Flagstaff, AZ 86004