NEW DATE! Invasive Plant Identification Walking Tour

The North Country CISMA and AFFEW will host a walking tour in Cartier Park led by Dave Dister. He’ll focus on identification of invasive plant species, recommended treatment methods and the benefits to native plant species. Participants will be able to partake in hands-on identification of plants and view past treatment areas. Information will be distributed to all in attendance. Please bring a mask and plan on maintaining an appropriate distance from others on the tour.  Meet at the dog park by at the end of Rath Ave. Event will be held in fair weather, and sometimes wraps up early, depending on site conditions.

Invasive Plant Removal

Help treat and remove a variety of invasive plant species at Cartier Park. We’ll be pulling the challenging shrub Japanese Barberry with the Uprooter tool. A discussion to help identify these plants will take place before we start. This will be the last time we’ll work on this shrub for the season and will finish the area south of the closed road in the center of the park. Meet at the dog park by at the end of Rath Ave. Bring water, heavy gloves and wear long pants, long sleeved shirt and closed toed shoes. Gardening sheers and tree loppers are also helpful. Event will be held in fair weather, and sometimes wraps up early, depending on site conditions.

Masks are required for those who have not been vaccinated. Please observe social distancing protocols when in close proximity of other’s outside of your household.

Invasive Plant Removal | CANCELLED!

Today’s event has been cancelled due to the weather. We’ll be back on July 27.

Help treat and remove a variety of invasive plant species at Cartier Park. We’ll be pulling the challenging shrub Japanese Barberry with the Uprooter tool. A discussion to help identify these plants will take place before we start. This will be the last time we’ll work on this shrub for the season and will finish the area south of the closed road in the center of the park. Meet at the dog park by at the end of Rath Ave. Bring water, heavy gloves and wear long pants, long sleeved shirt and closed toed shoes. Gardening sheers and tree loppers are also helpful. Event will be held in fair weather, and sometimes wraps up early, depending on site conditions.

Masks are required for those who have not been vaccinated. Please observe social distancing protocols when in close proximity of other’s outside of your household.

Invasive Plant Removal

Help treat and remove a variety of invasive plant species at Cartier Park. We’ll be cutting and chemically treating Oriental Bittersweet, an aggressive vine that chokes out woody plants. We’ll be working with the North Country Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (NCCISMA). A discussion to help identify these plants will take place before we start. For this event we’re asking individuals and groups to signup to be paired into teams. Meet at the dog park by at the end of Rath Ave. Bring water, heavy gloves and wear long pants, long sleeved shirt, eye protection and closed toed shoes. Event will be held in fair weather, and sometimes wraps up early, depending on site conditions.

Masks are required until the we disperses into smaller groups. Please observe social distancing protocols when in close proximity of other’s outside of your household.

Invasive Plant Removal

Help treat and remove a variety of invasive plant species at Cartier Park. We’ll be cutting and chemically treating Oriental Bittersweet, an aggressive vine that chokes out woody plants. We’ll be working with the North Country Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (NCCISMA). A discussion to help identify these plants will take place before we start. For this event we’re asking individuals and groups to signup to be paired into teams. Meet at the dog park by at the end of Rath Ave. Bring water, heavy gloves and wear long pants, long sleeved shirt, eye protection and closed toed shoes. Event will be held in fair weather, and sometimes wraps up early, depending on site conditions.

Masks are required until the we disperses into smaller groups. Please observe social distancing protocols when in close proximity of other’s outside of your household.

Invasive Plant Removal

Help treat and remove a variety of invasive plant species at Cartier Park. We’ll be cutting down Glossy Buckthorn shrubs and covering them Buckthron baggies, a non-chemical treatment. A discussion to help identify these plants will take place before we start. Meet at the dog park by at the end of Rath Ave. Bring water, heavy gloves and wear long pants, long sleeved shirt, eye protection and closed toed shoes. Event will be held in fair weather, and sometimes wraps up early, depending on site conditions.

Masks are required until the we disperses into smaller groups. Please observe social distancing protocols when in close proximity of other’s outside of your household.

Invasive Plant Removal

Help treat and remove a variety of invasive plant species at Cartier Park. We’ll be cutting down Glossy Buckthorn shrubs and covering them Buckthron baggies, a non-chemical treatment. A discussion to help identify these plants will take place before we start. Meet at the dog park by at the end of Rath Ave. Bring water, heavy gloves and wear long pants, long sleeved shirt, eye protection and closed toed shoes. Event will be held in fair weather, and sometimes wraps up early, depending on site conditions.

Masks are required until the we disperses into smaller groups. Please observe social distancing protocols when in close proximity of other’s outside of your household.

Invasive Plant Removal | WEDNESDAY!

Instead of pulling Garlic Mustard on Tuesday we’ve moved our project to Wednesday. We encourage you to attend our Zoom presentation, Mr. Natural’s Organic Gardening for the Homeowner.

Help treat and remove a variety of invasive plant species at Cartier Park. We’ll be pulling Garlic Mustard. A discussion to help identify these plants will take place before we start. Meet at the dog park by at the end of Rath Ave. Bring water, gloves and wear long pants, long sleeved shirt and closed toed shoes. Event will be held in fair weather, and sometimes wraps up early, depending on site conditions.

Masks are required until the we disperses into smaller groups. Please observe social distancing protocols when in close proximity of other’s outside of your household.

Invasive Plant Removal

Help treat and remove a variety of invasive plant species at Cartier Park. We’ll be pulling Garlic Mustard. A discussion to help identify these plants will take place before we start. Meet at the dog park by at the end of Rath Ave. Bring water, gloves and wear long pants, long sleeved shirt and closed toed shoes. Event will be held in fair weather, and sometimes wraps up early, depending on site conditions.

Masks are required until the we disperses into smaller groups. Please observe social distancing protocols when in close proximity of other’s outside of your household.

Invasive Plant Removal

Help treat and remove a variety of invasive plant species at Cartier Park. We’ll be pulling the challenging shrub Japanese Barberry with the Uprooter tool. A discussion to help identify these plants will take place before we start. Meet at the dog park by at the end of Rath Ave. Bring water, heavy gloves and wear long pants, long sleeved shirt and closed toed shoes. Event will be held in fair weather, and sometimes wraps up early, depending on site conditions.

Masks are required until the we disperses into smaller groups. Please observe social distancing protocols when in close proximity of other’s outside of your household.