Register for The Invasive Vine Action Workshop

To conclude this year’s Earth Month, Groundwork Hudson Valley is hosting an invasive vine workshop, and we would love for you to take part. Stakeholders along the Saw Mill River are invited to help develop a long-term action plan to eliminate the dangerous invasive vines that are destroying native habitat. These species are choking our ecosystem and compromising the health of our trees. Dying trees pose a threat to the adjacent parkway and trailway, the people that use them, and the river habitat that plants and animals depend on for their survival.

DATE: Thursday, April 28, 2011 (rain date 5/4)
Farragut Avenue Restoration Site & Westchester Manor Hall, Hastings-On-Hudson, NY

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Community members, volunteers, students, Westchester County Parks Officials, NY State DOT officials, conservationists, ecologists, municipal leaders, local landscapers, and business owners. If everyone works a little towards solving the problem, we can achieve a lot.

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