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A program about the dangers posed by the invasive, Japanese Knotwood

Take control of it before it takes control of your property. Tuesday, March 7th, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.San Geronimo Valley Community Center; 6350 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, San Geronimo. Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica) is already impacting important stream habitat and property values in critical watersheds from New England to Washington State. It has been confirmed in the San Geronimo Valley Watershed, posing potential and imminent impacts to this watershed and individual property if not controlled. Organized by Marin Resource Conservation District, this FREE informal workshop is tailored for landowners to learn about Japanese Knotweed, including how to identify it and how it can be managed and perhaps eradicated from the watershed. Presenters include: Sandy Guldman (homeowner outreach participation in Marin’s invasive cordgrass project); Eric Wrubel (National Park Service, Knotweed identification and growth cycle); John Summers and Cassie Pinnell, (Mattole Restoration Council, Knotweed control & eradication program, Mattole River Watershed). Come learn about this invasive plant & the risks it poses. Help control it in the San Geronimo Watershed. Reserve a space at:

Earlier Event: March 2
NBTU Board of Directors meeting
Later Event: March 11
Volunteer work day at Muir Beach