Garlic Mustard

Time to pull garlic mustard

May 10, 2012 // 0 Comments

Those who love our beautiful native wildflowers and the creatures who live among them can help keep them healthy into the future. Garlic mustard, an invasive species that chokes out local flora, is easy to identify now with its white flowers. Many nature groups in the area are holding events centered around ridding an area of this year’s blooming garlic mustard, but [...]

Community members ‘pull together’ for nature

May 19, 2011 // 0 Comments

Becky Steiner and Lynn McIntosh work hard at pulling garlic mustard on the White Pine Trail. Saturday, May 14, while some were racing in the rain to cross the finish line at the Riverbank Run, others were involved in a different kind of race right here in Rockford—the race to save our beautiful native Michigan spring flowers from being overrun by invasive plants like [...]

Conservation club works behind the scenes to protect environment

May 20, 2010 // 0 Comments

Anyone who enjoys a walk in the woods, a breath of fresh air, or a day trip to the lakeshore can be part of the team that keeps these places protected so future generations can enjoy them as well. It is as easy as a walk in the park. Garlic mustard by the bagful—Garlic “pulls” are being conducted all over the country. A pull in Belmont’s Rogue River Park Saturday, [...]