Posts Tagged: invasive plants

June Program Recap: Go Beyond Beauty

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JUNE PROGRAM RECAP By Linda Shuster, WORC Member Go Beyond Beauty Presented via Zoom June 21 by Shelly Stusick Shelly Stusick is the Go Beyond Beauty Specialist at the Northwest Michigan Invasive Species Network (ISN). Go Beyond Beauty is one of several programs of the ISN, which is a Cooperative Species Management Area (CISMA). A… Read more »

More Bitter Than Sweet: The Invasive Vine That is Taking Over Kent County’s Healthy Forests and “Villages”

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More Bitter Than Sweet: The Invasive Vine That is Taking Over Kent County’s Healthy Forests and “Villages” by Rebecca Marquardt, WORC Program Co-Chair This past fall it was hard not to see the lemony-yellow leaved vine climbing up so many of the Oak and Hickory trees for which much of Kent County is known. Celastrus orbiculatus, otherwise known… Read more »