On Saturday, 12/5, the Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Parks committee began the first in services of invasive (non-native) tree and plant removal from the West Bouldin Creek Greenbelt. This is one of a series of recommendations from a recently completed LBJ Wildflower Center Study for improving and restoring the greenbelt. Here’s a photo along S. 6th of the big pile of invasives removed (a number of large chinaberry trees along with ligustrum and nandina) awaiting pickup by solid waste services. They will be turned into mulch and/or dillo dirt. Congrats to Ingrid and the Bouldin Creek Parks committee!