Pull this plant: Garlic Mustard

April 12, 2023

Garlic Mustard is an invasive species that takes over by poisoning the soil with toxins that prevent native plants. The best time to pull it is right now before it

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Pull Garlic Mustard in Autumn

November 6, 2022

Littleton Conservation Trust continues to recruit volunteers to control the spread of invasive plant species. Our current top priority is stopping the spread of Garlic Mustard, one of the most

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Garlic Mustard Update — time to bag it up

May 29, 2022

From LCT Trustee and invasive species guru Rick Findlay: Many thanks to all who have been helping our effort to control Garlic Mustard on conservation lands and throughout town. Plants

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June 30, 2020

ATTENTION: Please read this notice from Rick Findlay, Invasive Plant Control Coordinator, Littleton Conservation Trust To all who reported and helped out this year, we finally have a place to

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Report Garlic Mustard and other invasive species

March 23, 2020

Help us map the invasive species in Littleton and, optionally, help us eradicate these invasives. Garlic Mustard is our current focus but report any invasives so we can map them

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January 4, 2020

Littleton Conservation Trust (LCT) News Trustee Rick Findlay manages LCT’s Invasive Control Program. Littleton is not immune to the rampant destruction caused by invasive plants such as Mile-a-Minute vine, Glossy

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SVT’s Approach to Invasive Plant Management

October 6, 2019

Invasive species are the second greatest threat to biodiversity, second only to direct habitat destruction. This SVT paper provides information on their general approach to invasive plant management and some

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Invasive Black Swallow Wort in Littleton

July 2, 2018

LCT Vice President and invasive species management advocate Rick Findlay spotted Black Swallow Wort in Littleton recently and is asking for your help in spotting and eliminating this invasive plant

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Be on the lookout: Narrowleaf Bittercress

June 8, 2018

Narrowleaf Bittercress (Cardamine impatiens), a fast moving, invasive species has been spotted in Littleton. If you see this particular plant, pull it and let us know where you found it.

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