Friday, June 14, 2013

Volunteers 'on the attack' against invasive plants at Red Mountain Park, recipient of $50,000 in grants (photos) | al.com

Thanks to Wells Fargo for really making a whack at the privet today at Red Mountain Park. Despite the poor mouthing about their abilities expressed in the article below, they really hit it hard.

Volunteers 'on the attack' against invasive plants at Red Mountain Park, recipient of $50,000 in grants (photos) | al.com: Wells Fargo and the Forestry Commission each awarded the park $25,000 to support efforts to control invasive species and restore the native ecosystem. The $50,000 in grants will be used to acquire equipment and otherwise support the park's efforts.

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