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Garlic Mustard Removal at the Cartwright Nature Sanctuary

May 10 | 10:00 am - 2:00 pm | Cartwright Nature Sanctuary

Garlic Mustard Removal at the Cartwright Nature Sanctuary

Volunteers are needed to help the Hamilton Naturalists' Club remove garlic mustard from the Cartwright Nature Sanctuary in Dundas!

An important activity at the sanctuaries is to control invasive plant species. Species such as garlic mustard, common buckthorn, autumn olive, and dog-strangling vine overtake natural areas, often crowding out native species. The Head-of-the-Lake Land Trust (HLT) works to control invasive plants, particularly where they threaten the habitat of endangered species. Much of the work involves physically removing the plants and this is done by dedicated volunteers like you!

Join us on Saturday May 10th, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please note the date may change depending on spring conditions!  For more information please contact Jen Baker at  land@hamiltonnature.org or 905-524-3339.

  • bruce trail
  • city of burlington
  • Conservation Halton
  • Halton Region
  • City of Hamilton
  • Hamilton Conservation Authority
  • hamilton harbour
  • Hamilton Naturalists' club
  • McMaster
  • RBG

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