Volunteer Today with Fairfax County’s Invasive Management Area Program

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By DullesMoms, Jan 2021

The Fairfax County Park Authority invites you to be a part of their volunteer program that battles invasive species by removing them and replacing them with native species.

As noted on Fairfax County’s Invasive Management Area Program website:

“Invasive plants prevent us from enjoying our forests. They degrade our natural ecosystems. Ever get stopped in the woods by climbing vines or shrubs with thorns? They may have been invasive species. Some of them, like multiflora rose, can completely swarm over a section of woods and block out everything else.”

Get involved in protecting your local parks by volunteering — even a few hours on a single day will help!

Click here to learn more about this volunteering opportunity, and here see the full schedule of events.


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