Invasive Species Removal at Pease

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Thanks to efforts from the neighborhood, an invasive tree removal project has begun at Pease Park on the hillside between Parkway and Windsor Rds.  Funded by donations from a number of neighbors, American Youthworks Enivornmental Corps staff will be cutting down ligustrum, chinaberry and nandina, treating them so they don’t resprout, chipping up all of the brush and laying down any of the bigger limbs in gullies or washes to prevent any erosion.  Work is expected to take two weeks.

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Ligustrum covered by grapevine and greenbriar is cut down

Ligustrum covered by grapevine and greenbriar is cut down

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