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Pierce's Pond BBQ & Meadow Workshop:
Tamping out Invasive Bishop’s Weed


Saturday, August 14th
2-4pm at the fish ladder on Pierce’s Pond


The meadow at Pierce’s Pond Fish Ladder has exploded with the invasive Bishop’s Weed! Join us for a hands-on workshop to learn how to oust the weed without chemicals. We will also examine the process of native plant restoration at the site and talk about techniques in cultivating disturbed ground, including the dangers of bringing invasive species within ‘fill’ dirt during construction.

Taking a community centered approach to tending the landscape, this site is one of several projects that are opening fish ladders throughout the Bagaduce watershed.  Chair of the Penobscot Alewife Committee and primary instigator of fish passage restoration, Bailey Bowden will be on hand to talk about how the sites are intertwined and how he has achieved success through the collaboration with several groups.  

Find the fish ladder site here: https://goo.gl/maps/XL2aG6KP3VDUkb7x5

Bring garden tools like shovels, clippers, buckets and hoes if you have them!


COMING UP NEXT WEEK:
 

Global Seed Conservation Presentation
Thursday, August 19th

2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the SEED Barn
 

Hannes Dempewolf and Anne Bjorkman will discuss global seed conservation efforts and the drive to safeguard the diversity of cultivated crops to ensure food security and build more sustainable and resilient food systems. The presentation will be followed by tea and garden tour with Lee Lee.  Vaccinations would be appropriate.
Presented in collaboration with the Blue Hill Garden Club


 
Forest Mandala: Restoration Workshop
 
Saturday, August 21st
Blue Hill Maritime Festival
Installation exploring plant mobilities and the historical impacts of the Maritime industry on Maine’s forested landscapes.
In the gardens at the Pendleton House
 
Sunday, August 22nd
2 - 4pm in Surry Forest
Celebrating a new virtual map that guides community members through the process of forest restoration, we will come together in ‘Pam’s Meadow’ to create a Mandala inspired by the ongoing evolution of the Surry Forest.

In collaboration with the Open Air Arts Initiative
 
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