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Native, Exotic, Invasive & Aggressive Plants: What are they and why does it matter?

Speaker: Shannon Trimboli

When: Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Time: 7:00 pm EDT

Where: Virtual program on Zoom

The terms native, exotic, invasive, and aggressive are often used to describe different types of plants, but what do the terms really mean? We’ll dig into the definitions of each type of plant and discuss their different ecological impacts.  Register on Zoom using this link.

This program sponsored by Wild Ones Oak Openings Chapter and is free and open to the public, but you do need to register in advance to get the link to join the program on Zoom.


After you register, watch for a confirmation email with the link. (And save that email!)