Invasive Species Removal in Western New York

On Saturday April 25th, SUNY-Fredonia students and interested members of the public will visit the Alexander Preserve in Zoar Valley and devote the day to removal of invasive species within the Preserve in honor of Earth Week.Mertensia virginica The Preserve is owned and managed by the Nature Sanctuary Society of Western New York, which restricts visitation to the Preserve in order to protect it’s vulnerable and precious resources. This day will offer volunteers a rare opportunity to visit this beautiful area and contribute to it’s protection. Expect to see a large stand of bluebells (Mertensia virginica) and other spring flowers and incredible geology including mass wasting on a scale not often seen!  If you would like to join the group, please call Jon and Priscilla Titus at 716-679-4509 or Priscilla’s cell at 716-969-0800 before 8:30 AM on Saturday April 25th for directions to the site, or meet us in the SUNY-Fredonia Jewitt Hall Parking lot at 9:55 AM on Saturday to carpool to the site.
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