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Ask the Expert: Invasive Species on Rural Properties

Thursday, May 27, 2021

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm



Join rural landowners across the Credit River Watershed in getting ahead of the spread!

You’ve heard about invasive species and you’re concerned you may have them on your property. Or you’re participating in our Nature Invaders Scavenger Hunt and want to discuss what you’ve found.

This is your chance to ask CVC’s stewardship and invasive species experts your questions about identifying, managing, and removing invasive species from your property.

Learn about tools and resources to help you identify problem plants and the programs, funding, and services available to help you tackle infestations before they become costly to remove.

Invasive species are aggressive, non-native plants that can reduce the natural beauty and recreational enjoyment of your property and your community. Spring is a key time to learn how to identify invasive plants because they’re often one of the first to pop up. Attend this event so you can get ahead of the spread.

Attendance is limited to rural landowners with properties of one acre or more in the Credit River Watershed. To find out if your property is located in the watershed, use our property look-up map.

Contact: Alison Qua-Enoo at or

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