Protecting our Lakes and Shorelands Series Continues: Wednesday, August 11th from 12:00 – 1:15pm
Deep dive into shoreline invasive plant control (including native replacement suggestions) with Emily Cook, Invasive Species Network Outreach Specialist, from the Northwest Michigan Invasive Species Network. We will discuss negative impacts of invasives on our environment and shoreline enjoyment and delve into how best to control small, medium, and large populations of each. The presentation will include videos of field work and live discussion with an emphasis on what shoreline landowners can do to help. Focus species will include purple loosestrife, yellow flag iris, and phragmites, though additional species (including but not limited to creeping Jenny/moneywort, buckthorns, flowering rush, and lesser celandine) will also be covered.
Cost is Free – Register Here
Developed by the Friends of Spider Lake & Rennie Lake and hosted by the Grand Traverse Conservation District