Garlic Mustard Threat to Loree Forest

Invasive Garlic Mustard plants in bloom. Photo credit David Cappaert, bugwood.com Garlic Mustard plants in flower. Photo credit: David Cappaert, Michigan State University, bugwood.org

Every native plant species in the beautiful Loree Forest is threatened by an invasive weed, Garlic Mustard. This plant wipes out all indigenous plants in its path. It has been gaining ground in Loree Forest, despite annual pulling of the weed.

Attend a Free Information Session

Learn why Garlic Mustard is such a threat
How to to recognize Garlic Mustard
What you can do to save the Loree Forest!

L.E. Shore Library, Thornbury
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 6:30 pm

Collingwood Public Library, 3rd Floor
Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 6:30 pm


Get Involved!

Join us for the
Garlic Mustard “Pull Party” and BBQ
Loree Forest

Saturday, May 20


More images to help identify Garlic Mustard


Contact

Joan Nuffield
Joan.Nuffield@gmail.com
519-599-6470


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