Weed Wrangle – Cat claw removal – Work day

Butler Island Plantation, GA 7777 Butler Island Road, Darien, GA, United States

Join us for a Weed Wrangle to remove the invasive Catclaw vine on Butler Island at the Altamaha Waterfowl Management Area off Hwy17 south of Darien. This showy flowering vine has cat like tendrils that grab. The growth form and flowers are similar to the native crossvine. This plant could also be confused with the […]

Weed Wrangle – Sand pine removal – Work Day

Townsend Wildlife Management Area Townsend

Join us for a morning Weed Wrangle as we remove the invasive Sand Pine from Townsend Wildlife Management Area. This area comprises important habitat for the gopher tortoise and indigo snakes and is actively undergoing longterm restoration towards a Longleaf Pine Scrub Oak sand hill community. We will be removing seedling Sand pine which are […]

Weed Wrangle – Invasive Trees- Work Day

Savannah National Wildlife Refuge 694 Beech Hill Ln, Hardeeville, GA, United States

Join us for a Weed Wrangle to remove Chinese tallow tree, Chinaberry, and other invasive, exotic plants on Savannah National Wildlife Refuge. These species threaten desirable, native plants and hinder habitat management activities aimed at benefitting waterfowl, wading birds, shorebirds, and migratory land birds. We will be using selective, low volume herbicide treatments to individual […]

Weed Wrangle – Parrot feather removal – Work Day

Camden County Extension 1409 Georgia Ave, Woodbine, GA, United States

Join us for a Weed Wrangle to remove the invasive parrot feather from water bodies in Woodbine. Dress for working outdoors. Bring a rake or aquatic net if you have them. For more information call 912-576-3219

Weed Wrangle – Self guided mapping

Coastal Georgia GA, United States

Use this day to get out and an use the www.eddmaps.org smartphone apps and map invasive species in your area. Download the free app in your app store. If you need training resources go here. https://www.eddmaps.org/training/ If you have questions feel free to e-mail Eamonn at eamonn.leonard@dnr.ga.gov.