Partner Event: Invasive Bamboo Removal
- Glover Archbold South 3619 Canal Road Northwest Washington, DC, 20007 United States (map)
Join the National Park Service and Rock Creek Conservancy for a special bamboo invasive removal volunteer event.
This event is a continuation of bamboo removal that was started back in the Spring. This is a rare chance to remove bamboo and show your support against one of Rock Creek Park's most invasive plants. This event requires the use of tools like saws and loppers and will be for volunteers 18 or older.
For more information and to sign up, visit the event page >
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