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Invasive Species Removal Volunteer Opportunity

Central Park 1709 W 3rd St, Duluth, MN

The City of Duluth, in partnership with the Duluth Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) is hosting a volunteer work session along the Craft Connector Trail, located in Central Park, on Wednesday June 08, 4:30 pm; event will occur rain or shine, but will be cancelled if lightning is present. This effort will focus on […]

2022 Wild Parsnip Pull #1

Wild Parsnip, an invasive plant, is a public health concern. Touching this plant without protective gear can cause a painful rash and blistering. We need your help to protect our community! Please join us along the Waabizheshikana "Marten Trail" to slow the spread of this tenacious plant. The 1st pull/dig will be June 27th meeting […]

2022 Wild Parsnip Pull #2

Wild Parsnip, an invasive plant, is a public health concern. Touching this plant without protective gear can cause a painful rash and blistering. We need your help to protect our community! Please join us July 7th, we will be meeting at the 8298 Bayhill Dr. Trailhead near the pumphouse. https://goo.gl/maps/kYQg9C5Hf9VsaGNi8 Dress for the weather & wear […]

Knotweed Workshop – Duluth 08/04/22

Hartley Nature Center 3001 Woodland Ave, Duluth

Knotweed (a.k.a bamboo locally) is an invasive plant that spreads rapidly. It can cause damages to your property, lakes and stream corridors. We need your help to control this species. Area experts from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) and Duluth Collaborative Invasive Species Management Area (DCISMA) will teach you how to identify, map, and […]

Knotweed Workshop – Cloquet 08/11/22

Cloquet Park Library 320 14th St, Cloquet, MN

Knotweed (a.k.a bamboo locally) is an invasive plant that spreads rapidly. It can cause damages to your property, lakes and stream corridors. We need your help to control this species. Area experts from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) and Duluth Collaborative Invasive Species Management Area (DCISMA) will teach you how to identify, map, and […]

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