WANTED DEAD NOT ALIVE: The Non-Native Invasive & Highly Flammable ARUNDO Plant

  • Give the Gift of Education – Donate to the Alpine Education Foundation This Year

      December 2013 Dear Friends: This is the Season for Giving….. It is also the season for “Asking” – – and we feel the fingers plucking at our heartstrings long before the carols start. There are so many worthwhile causes. So many “opportunities” to do something mean- ingful…how do you choose? And where do you draw the line? The ALPINE EDUCATION FOUNDATION Board of Directors is comprised of your friends and neighbors. They volunteer their time to make Alpine’s educational experience better for our kids. They have made their choice regarding the cause most important to them:  it is kids…

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  • WANTED DEAD NOT ALIVE: The Non-Native, Invasive & Highly Flammable ARUNDO Plant

    The Back Country Land Trust, in partnership with other local agencies, will be offering FREE removal of this noxious weed from your property, and expert advice on replacing it with safer and attractive native plants. Any resident with Arundo on their property in Alpine, Harbison Canyon and Peutz Valley is eligible for this program free of charge. Anyone interested in clearing Arundo from their property and/or restoring native habitat along our waterways here in Alpine can contact me directly.  – Jon Green, BCLT Jon Green greenbhikku@gmail.com Arundo Outreach Flyer_Revised[2013]   Watershed Stewardship BCLT_Watershed Summary – 2012

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