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Invasive plant pulling - Volunteers needed

Updated: Oct 31, 2019


GoNativeLI.com native garden invasives pulling – Fall 2019!!


Second Saturdays of each month

  • November 9th

  • December 14th


When: 10 am to 3 pm RAIN CANCELS


Volunteer Service – Help weed invasive plants in the areas surrounding a  Monarch Butterfly Garden at Carpenter Farm Park, Huntington, NY


The goal for this park is to restore six acres of old field meadows to native grasses and wildflowers. Volunteers will help maintain the acres surrounding a 2,000 square foot butterfly garden, which volunteers planted last June with over 300 host milkweed and nectar wildflower plants.


Wear/bring: Long pants, long sleeve shirt, boots, and snacks/water.

Tools and gloves will be provided. Event will be cancelled in case of rain. 


Meet at Carpenter Farm Park parking lot, 55 Old Field Rd., Huntington.  


Contact Julie at jsllvn768@gmail.com or 631-662-7135, or visit GoNativeLI.com. Leader: Julie Sullivan

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