Garlic mustard season always seems to come up quickly, and this year was no exception. Our partners downstate have already been pulling for a week, and we’re putting on our boots and getting ready to join them! Learn more about why we’re pulling garlic mustard below or on our website.
In the coming weeks, ISN and our partners will be hosting a garlic mustard pull in each of our four counties, followed by a lunch featuring garlic mustard that’s FREE for our volunteers! Check out our workbees below or on our website.
Can’t make it out on the day of the workbee? We still need your help! You can pull garlic mustard on your own property or a neighbor’s (but make sure you get permission first!), or even contact us and join us for a regular work day during the month of May.Remember to be careful when you dispose of garlic mustard. The seeds can continue to grow even after you’ve pulled the plant, and they can even live through composting! It’s best to bag them up and send them to a landfill, but there are more disposal options to explore.
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