This March 2019 workshop removed a large amount of invasive bush honeysuckle in a short amount of time.
These before and after photos show the results of bush honeysuckle removal at East Frankfort Park near the dog park. This 3-2-19 workshop was hosted by Remove Invasives Partnership (RIP) of Franklin County.
Participants included, in back from left to right: Chris Schimmoeller, Deb White, Donna Baldwin-Hunt, Skip Hunt, Joel Fischer; kneeling: Shawn Pickens, Joyce Bender.
Remove Invasives Partnership (RIP) of Franklin County hosted a workshop at Liberty Hall. Participants learned how to identify and remove winter creeper, a non-native vine that ascends and kills trees. Everybody stayed to work and got all the large hardwoods along the Kentucky River clear of winter creeper!
From left to right: Mike Baroux, Joyce Bender, Stephanie Barnes, Trina Peiffer, Ethan Coats, Chris Schimmoeller, Jessie Fennell, Cindy Wilhoite. Several attendees did not get their picture taken.
Remove Invasives Partnership (RIP) and Woods & Waters Land Trust recently hosted a workshop on invasives plants at Jerry Doom’s property on Peaks Mill Road. Participants learned how to identify pest plants and then worked to clear an area of woods along Peaks Mill Road.
Group photo, from left to right: Ben Rasp, Ella Lemley-Frye, Logan Ernst, Joyce Bender, Deb White, Ed Wilcox, Jerry Doom, Manuel Cortez. Not pictured: Andrew Cammack. Note the bush honeysuckle in the background.
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These after pictures of the same slope show how clear the woods are after the bush honeysuckle was removed.
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