29 Feb 2019 Invasive Plant Work Party, Dolly Graham Park

Join the Community Effort to Remake Dolly Graham Park!
Saturday, February 29, 2020
Invasive Plant Work Party

Invasive plants can kill trees and other native vegetation and create unattractive, inaccessible surroundings.

You can promote habitats for birds and pollinators and help improve Dolly Graham Park at this workshop!

Come with your sleeves rolled up. We will be identifying problem plants, demonstrating effective removal techniques, and working to remove invasives all morning.

15 Feb 2020 workday at East Frankfort Park

The rescheduled workday will take place on Saturday 15 Febraury 2020 at East Frankfort Park.

Join The Habitat Workshop and RIP-FC (Remove Invasives Partnership of Franklin County) at East Frankfort Park 9am-3pm as we begin to transform the park woodland into a wildlife-friendly habitat.

Our first step is removing the invasive plants that keep many of the area’s native wildlife and native plants from using the park. Winter is one of the best seasons for this type of work, and we’re taking advantage of it. Professional biologists are leading the project, so stop by and ask us about the restoration or bring gloves and loppers and help transform the park.

Please dress appropriately if you plan to work. We will be meeting in the upper parking lot in the back. Go in the park entrance and follow the signs.

for more information contact
Jody Thompson
The Habitat Workshop
Frankfort, KY
(502) 382-6604

or Chris Schimmoeller, RIP (Remove Invasives Partnership of Franklin County) c.schimmoeller@gmail.com 502-226-5751