March 04, 2019 4:19 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Organization: Civic Garden Center

Many of Cincinnati's green spaces are overrun with invasive plants. As more and more ash trees come down, thinning our tree canopy, there is increasingly more room for invasive species (Japanese honeysuckle, Japanese knotweed, Garlic Mustard) to take over and exclude our native plants and animals.Therefore, we are kicking off this reforestation project to save and protect Cincinnati's green spaces.

The first space we're focusing on is Walnut Woods, a 10-acre property adjacent to Walnut Hills High School. We will be restoring it in collaboration with Walnut Hills High School, Cincinnati Parks, the Evanston Community and more. This will be an ongoing project, and we could use your help! Our next workday is:

Saturday, March 16th:

Invasive Removal Workday at Walnut Woods, located off of Sulsar at 3250 Victory Pkwy, Cincinnati, OH 45207 (Walnut Hills High School), from 9am-12pm. 

If you have any questions, contact Jenn Bakes:

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