Preserving Biodiversity in the Face of a Changing Climate

May 26, 2017
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Phantom Canyon Preserve



Connect with nature and help us mitigate the threat non-native, invasive species pose to our biodiversity. Learn about various weed management techniques and spend a few hours working in a stunning location to reduce those populations. A bagged lunch will be necessary. Tools will be provided. Please dress appropriate for outside working conditions.

One of the largest threats to habitat within the Laramie Foothills are non-native, invasive species. Mitigation techniques are widespread and controversial. The Nature Conservancy would love the opportunity to talk with you about the impact of these “weeds,” and the integrated methods that may be used to mitigate the impact. We will be grateful for your help protecting native populations through hands-on weed removal. Snacks provided, volunteers should wear sturdy shoes, dress in layers, bring lunches and a water bottle.

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