Kudzu is creeping across the Stringer’s Ridge Pump
Track, trailhead, and beautiful native wild flower
meadows while smothering out shorter plants and shrubs. We need your help to defend Stringer's from this invasive plant! A morning work session (9am-12pm) on Saturday, August 26
will be the kick-off of a multi-year kudzu management project.
In this initial phase we will reduce the sprawl and untangle vines to determine the scale of the infestation. Patience (rather than brute strength) is required for this fun and educational volunteer opportunity. We will be wading into tall vegetation with steep slopes and uneven footing.
We need about 15 volunteers. Please sign up here:
After the work session, stay to enjoy some educational booths, a guided hike, and local history at the “Discover Stringers Ridge” public event happening until 2pm (details: https://www.facebook.com/events/272699963216285).
Questions: Contact Anna Mathis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 423-643-6163.
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