Displays are up in the Howe and Etna Libraries, in Town Hall, Black Community Center and the three schools. You will find an actual plant, map of known colonies, poster with garlic mustard life cycle, and bookmark handouts to help you identify the plant, and tips for its control.
These neighborhoods are working on controlling the plant:
Brook Road, Webster Road, Hollenbeck Lane, Meadow Lane, Willow Spring Lane, Kendal, Girl Brook, Mink Brook West and East, West End, Rip Road, School and Huntley Streets, Rope Ferry Road.
These trails have pulling stations: Mink Brook West Trail and the Girl Brook Trail have signposts, and stations where large drawstring trash bags for garlic mustard contributions.. Trail users are encouraged to pull a few handfuls of the plant and place these in the bags provided.
We need your help! Let's keep this plant from spreading into our woodlands!
For more information, contact Vicki Smith, 643-3214
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