Environmental clubs and classes clean up invasive species at Sherwood Island

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Environmental clubs and classes clean up invasive species at Sherwood Island

Staples’ Club Green participated in an invasive species cleanup at Sherwood Island State Park. The cleanup targeted bittersweet vine, porcelain berry and mugwort that threatened the survival of native plants.

Staples’ Club Green participated in an invasive species cleanup at Sherwood Island State Park. The cleanup targeted bittersweet vine, porcelain berry and mugwort that threatened the survival of native plants.

Photo courtesy of Charlotte Armstrong '21

Staples’ Club Green participated in an invasive species cleanup at Sherwood Island State Park. The cleanup targeted bittersweet vine, porcelain berry and mugwort that threatened the survival of native plants.

Photo courtesy of Charlotte Armstrong '21

Photo courtesy of Charlotte Armstrong '21

Staples’ Club Green participated in an invasive species cleanup at Sherwood Island State Park. The cleanup targeted bittersweet vine, porcelain berry and mugwort that threatened the survival of native plants.

Charlotte Armstrong '21 and Tallula Stvan '21

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