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Sunday, February 13, 2011
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Porcelain Berry "Snap"

Calling all volunteers: Invasive Plant Removal EventBring your sweetie and ?SNAP? some porcelain berry vinesThis invasive plant removal project is open to volunteers who would like to participate. We will be manually pulling porcelain berry vines at Brookside Reservation so that native plants can have a better chance to bloom come spring. The area is located along a butterfly monitoring path, and native plants help support our important pollinators. Bring gloves and dress for the weather. The event will be cancelled in the case of extreme weather. To keep you cozy, complimentary HOT chocolate, HOT chili and HOT dogs will be served, thanks to members of FOBC!RSVP to Gayle Albers, Conservation Coordinator (216) 635-2526 or gla@clevelandmetroparks.comCleveland Metroparks in partnership with Friends of Big Creek.[Download event flyer] [Download map]Calling all volunteers: Invasive Plant Removal EventBring your sweetie and ?SNAP? some porcelain berry vinesThis invasive plant removal project is open to volunteers who would like to participate. We will be manually pulling porcelain berry vines at Brookside Reservation so that native plants can have a better chance to bloom come spring. The area is located along a butterfly monitoring path, and native plants help support our important pollinators. Bring gloves and dress for the weather. The event will be cancelled in the case of extreme weather. To keep you cozy, complimentary HOT chocolate, HOT chili and HOT dogs will be served, thanks to members of FOBC!RSVP to Gayle Albers, Conservation Coordinator (216) 635-2526 or gla@clevelandmetroparks.comCleveland Metroparks in partnership with Friends of Big Creek.[Download event flyer] [Download map]

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