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Buckthorn removal

  • Subject: [cg] Buckthorn removal
  • From: Elizabeth Storey bstorey@fmr.org
  • Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 16:07:30 -0500

Volunteers Needed for Buckthorn Removal
Help remove this invasive shrub from the river gorge in Minneapolis' Seward neighborhood:

Saturday, October 15, 9am - 12pm
Seward Neighborhood, 25th Street and West River Parkway, Minneapolis

In partnership with Great River Greening, Seward Neighborhood Group, and Friends of the Mississippi River, you'll pull small buckthorn seedlings by hand, and remove larger shrubs using loppers and weed wrenches. Tools and gloves provided. Please wear long sleeves, long pants, sturdy shoes, and leave pets at home.
Register for this event with Elizabeth at Friends of the Mississippi River, bstorey@fmr.org or 651-222-2193 x16.
Elizabeth Storey
Watershed Education Coordinator

Friends of the Mississippi River
46 E 4th St, Suite 606
Saint Paul, MN 55101-1112

Phone: 651/ 222-2193 ext. 16
Fax: 651/ 222-6005

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