Fall Invasive Workdays

Fall Invasive Workdays for 2017   After a successful and wet spring invasive season we are now ready for our fall season! Below you can find dates and descriptions of each workday. For more information and registration please visit our volunteer page. Lodging is...

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The Cliff Hangers

A Report from the Ohio River Bluffs Cliff Hangers It was FANTASTIC.  There were 7 of us and we worked from the top to the bottom for 3.5 hours - practicing our best "land skiing" moves! no injuries. We worked every foot of that Bluff off-trail and removed 4 very large...

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Japanese Honeysuckle

Fighting Japanese Honeysuckle and Wild Grape Vine The last few days this week were perfect to attack the vines of Japanese Honeysuckle and wild grape.  That is, temperatures were in the low 40s and the sun was bright so it was comfortable to be outside.  Any time when...

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Welcome to the new Biodiversity Blog by the Arc of Appalachia The main purpose of this new blog is to update our donors and volunteers about invasive removal work days, events and general news about our organization. This past fall we decided to approach our invasive...

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