One of the most effective ways of controlling the spread of invasive plants is early detection and removal. Learn how to identify some of the most common invasive plants the northwoods, and the best methods for eradicating them.
Guest Instructor, Rosie Page with Wisconsin Headwaters Invasives Partnership (WHIP) will discuss common invasives in the northwoods, how to control them, and how to report invasives usring the Great Lakes Early Detection (GLEDN) app.
6/12/21 - Invasive Species Control
7/11-16/21 - Master Naturalist
8/7/21 - Canning and Preserving
9/11/21 - The Natural Home
10/9/21 - Nature's Bounty
11/6/21 - Private Land Management
Topic and dates subject to change.
Empower yourself to become an environmental steward
THINK ECOLOGICALLY. Sustainable living is the practice of reducing your demand for natural resources by making sure that you replace what you use to the best of your ability. Sometimes that can mean not choosing to consume a product that is made using practices that don’t promote sustainability, and sometimes it means changing how you do things so that you start becoming more of an active part of the cycle of life. Our courses are designed for adults and older children.
Increase your self-reliance by building good, nutrient-rich soil through backyard composting. Collecting your yard material and kitchen scraps at home provides the opportunity to build soil for use on plants, vegetables, and flowers indoors and out.
Trees For Tomorrow will provide instruction on setting up and using your high quality backyard composter and how to reduce waste, build soil, and increase self-reliance.