9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Hammond Pond Reservation
323 Hammond Pond Parkway
Japanese Knotweed creates dense 8’ tall bamboo-like stands. It is a tough adversary because any small root fragments left behind spring back to life the following year. Scientists seek biological control agents, but until then, we must control the plant by hand. Bring pitchforks, garden spades, and hand pruners, if you have them. Meet at the small parking lot off Hammond Pond Parkway next to “the Street” mall and Hammond Pond.
Leaders are Anndy Dannenberg and Eric Olson, 617-872-9928.