HABITAT HEROES WORKDAY
Our native trees, ferns and wildflowers are under attack by invasive plants like English ivy, Japanese honeysuckle and bamboo. We need heroes like you to join us in rescuing Reston’s beautiful parkland. These fast-growing, aggressive plants escape from people’s yards and threaten local ecosystems, taking away vital food and habitat from already stressed wildlife populations.
Let the Sun Shine In - Take out Bush Honeysuckle
Saturday, April 21
10am - Noon
Celebrate Earth Day and help restore Reston’s natural areas by yanking out bush honeysuckle and garlic mustard from Sunrise Valley Rec Areas. Bush honeysuckle has taken over the natural beauty of the Reston woods. We need your help to remove the invasive plants and protect the native species. Come prepared for a fun morning to celebrate Earth Day. Meet at the Sunrise Valley Rec Area, adjacent to 10805 Oldfield Drive. Look for the RA truck.
Good Match For
Kids Teens People 55+
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