Fall Workday: Clear Bush Honeysuckle along Shunga Creek • Shawnee County
Sunday, Nov 13th, 2011 @ 10am-noon
Felker Park • Topeka, KS • Map
Help clear bush honeysuckle from the woods along Shunga Creek. We are going to clear an area of the woods of the honeysuckle and other invasives to allow the native species to flourish. The natives are barely hanging on because of the honeysuckle. The area we will be working is adjacent to the bridge at Gage & Shunga Creek. Parking is at the Tennis Courts near 26th & Gage Blvd. Wear boots, leather gloves, long sleeves and pants. Bring a lopper or pruning saw. If you don't want to cut, you can pull seedlings. Pulling seedlings is easy and prevents reinvestation. The City of Topeka will be supplying herbicde to treat the cut stumps to ensure the honeysuckle doesn't regrow. Felker Park is a park in Topeka that is off Gage Blvd adjacent to Shunga Creek. Please contact Jeff if you plan to attend.
Contact: Jeff Hansen email@example.com 785 806 6917
Sponsor: Kansas Native Plant Society
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