This workshop is open to all landowners in the Old Dominion Hounds (ODH) territory.
Join us for a workshop where landowners will learn how to manage meadows and forests for the benefit of native plants and animals. We will learn how to control non-native invasive plants such as Japanese Stiltgrass and Oriental Bittersweet, and how to help beneficial species. Participants will visit the Clifton Institute’s native plant garden and wildflower meadows. The program will be led by Executive Director Bert Harris. This event is being sponsored by the Old Dominion Conservation and Education Foundation (ODCEF).
For more information call or text Gale Johnson at 540-660-1849
Age: Adults only
Bring: Please bring a water bottle and any other items needed to be comfortable in the heat, be prepared to walk a moderate (less than a mile, mainly flat) distance.
Weather policy: Rain or shine except in case of extreme weather (e.g. thunderstorm or significant snow fall).
COVID-19 Information: This program will be entirely outdoors (an outside porta potty will be available). Please do not attend if you are experiencing or have experienced in the last two weeks any symptoms associated with COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath, etc.).
Cancellation policy: If you register and can no longer attend this event, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can open your spot to someone else.
By registering for this event, you are affirming that you have read and agree to our liability release policy.
We look forward to seeing you at the Clifton Institute!