Brush pile from invasive clean-up along Assabet River

Successful invasive species workshop helps maintain the Assabet River Nature Trail

The Hudson Land Trust held the first of two sessions to provide information about identifying and controlling invasive plants commonly found in Hudson on Sunday, May 19th. This effort was in aid of the CISMA (Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area) grant which we received. Board member Alexi Dart-Padover led the training and work project.

Learn about identifying and managing invasive species, and help maintain the Assabet River Nature Trail

The Hudson Land Trust has scheduled the first of two sessions to provide information about identifying and controlling invasive plants commonly found in Hudson. We will be meeting from 1-3 pm on Sunday, May 19th. As part of the CISMA (Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area) grant which we received we will be providing introductory training for volunteers and landowners who want to learn more about invasives and how to remove them.

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Land Trust Receives SuAsCo CISMA Grant

The SuAsCo (Sudbury-Assabet-Concord) Steering Committee has awarded a CISMA (Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area) grant to the Land Trust for a project to remove invasive species along the Assabet River Nature Trail – and to build a team of “Weed Warriors” in Hudson.

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