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Thursday, October 10, 2002

 
The Shadowlake Marsh Experience

If you're in the neighborhood of Montgomery County, Texas, mark your calendar for October 19th. That's when the Community Association of the Woodlands is sponsoring a clean up of the Shadowlake Marsh Experience, an oddly named park that is the target of a massive effort of restoration. According to this article in The Courier, the clean up includes sending out two volunteer teams to remove invasive plants like Chinese Tallow (Sapium sebiferum or Triadica sebifera) and Rattan Vine (Berchemia scandens). There is an invasive species orientation for those interested in joining one of the crews.






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