Volunteers Needed: Johnson Grass Removal Project

Posted on February 24, 2015 by Bethany Brandt in Volunteering, Wildlife Corridors
Johnson Grass or Sorghum halapense is an invasive plant that is taking over native grasses in disturbed areas on the Wildlife Corridor property.

Johnson Grass or Sorghum halapense is an invasive plant that is taking over native grasses in disturbed areas on the Wildlife Corridor property.

Please Join Wildlife Corridors and Borderlands Restoration to learn hands on techniques to manage and monitor invasive grass species.

When: Wednesday
Feb. 25, 2015
From 8:30am to 12:30pm
Where: 3 Canyons on Stevens Canyon Road
off of Highway 82, north of Patagonia.

Limited space available. Please RSVP to borderlands.restoration@gmail.com or call 520.490.7142 to reserve your spot.

What to wear: Boots or other sturdy closed shoes, hat, sunscreen and work clothes.

What to bring: Water, a 5 gallon bucket with lid, and a small hand maddock for digging if you have one.

Where to meet: Meet at the entrance to 3Canyons (Stevens Road) off Highway 82 by the large 3Canyons sign where there will be a carpool or directions to the pilot plot site located further up the road.

If you need a ride, please meet at the BR (299 McKeown Ave., Patagonia AZ) office at 8:15am.

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