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Honeysuckle Sweep for Healthy Habitat – Volunteer to Hack the Invader in a Park Near You!
This dreadful bush’s berries are glossy red, its leaves are still green and clinging, and the ticks and chiggers are (mostly) gone from the woods it infests. It’s time again to grab a tool and VOLUNTEER to hack Bush Honeysuckle out of our region’s parks and waterways. Honeysuckle Sweep Week Events: October 28–November 12, 2017
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Posted in: Sustainability in the Community | Tags: bush honeysuckle , invasive plants , missouri native plants , honeysuckle sweep , conservation , biodiversity | Comments (0) | View Count: (274)
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