Learn About Invasive Plant Species With The Williams County Soil & Water Conservation District

FIGHTING INVASIVE PLANT SPECIES WEBInvasive plant species can be all around us. They may pop up in our landscapes and gardens, spread into natural and park areas, and invade our woodlots. We can be an army banning together to fight invasive species. Whether it is monitoring and reporting, managing through removal, or making different plant selections – we need everyone, including you!

Williams County Master Gardeners will be hosting the program with Amy Stone (pictured), OSU Extension – Lucas County, Agriculture and Natural Resources will be presenting on how you can help by learning more about invasive plants. The program will be on Wednesday, April 27th from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the OSU Extension Office in Williams County at 1425 East High Street in Bryan. There is not cost for the program.

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