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The Saint Croix County Resource Management Division will be conducting an outdoor workshop to help members of the community identify invasive Garlic Mustard and learn control methods that include manual pulling and chemical application.
Garlic mustard is a serious threat to our areas native plants and animals. It outcompetes many of our native wildflowers by dominating light, moisture, nutrients, and soil space. Many of these native plants are an important food source for the wildlife in the area. Garlic Mustard is easily identified by its spring blossoms in early spring.
The workshop will involve being out in the woods and hills of Camp St. Croix for a hands on demonstration. Event will be held rain or shine so please wear appropriate clothing and bring work gloves and your enthusiasm. With the help of the community we can take a stand against these invasive pests.
This workshop is open to the public and recommended for landowners with their own infestations of garlic mustard. The workshop will be conducted on Saturday, May 31 from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at Camp St. Croix. Camp St. Croix is located 1 mile south of Hudson on Co. Rd F, Watch for signs. Emails can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (715)-531-1922.