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Harvard: Invasive plants workshop

July 14, 2012

| $85

Fruitlands Museum, 102 Prospect Hill Rd., Harvard, will be hosting an invasive control workshop starting at 10 a.m.? The project is part of the National Resources Conservation Service's (NRCS) Wildlife Habitat Incentive Program (WHIP). The workshop is geared towards homeowners, gardening enthusiasts, and professional landscapers alike – anyone who may be confronted with invasives on their property or in their work. Participants will learn how to tell what plants might be problem, and what to do in response. A walk on Fruitlands” property will also be held to gain field experience on plant identification and to see the progress Fruitlands has made to date addressing invasives. The cost is $85 for museum members, and $115 for non-members. Registration and pre-payments are required by emailing education@frutilands.org or calling 978-456-3924 ext. 293. Visit www.fruitlands.org for more information.

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Date:
July 14, 2012
Cost:
$85
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Venue

Fruitlands Museum
102 Prospect Hill Rd
Harvard, MA 01451 United States
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Phone:
978 456 3924 x293

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