Garlic mustard targeted


The Sudbury Weed Education and Eradication Team is looking for volunteers to help defeat garlic mustard. Garlic mustard is considered an invasive plan in Massachusetts because it is harmful to the environment. After the plants are pulled, the leaves can be cooked and eaten. Contact the group at 978-505-1301 or sweetinvasives@gmail.com for locations in need of eradication efforts or to pick up bags for disposing of the weeds. - Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

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