Invasive Plant Removal at Sewall Woods Conservation Area
About This Event:
Our Lakes Region Conservation Corps (LRCC) Members would love some help removing invasive plant species at Sewall Woods Conservation Area in Wolfeboro. We will be working to remove Non-oriental Bittersweet, Japanese Knotweed, and Multiflora Rose just to name a few.
We will be working from 9 to 12 pm and 12:30 to 3:30 pm.
We look forward to working with you!
What to Bring:
Snacks and lunch, plenty of water, bug spray, sunscreen, closed-toed shoes, work gloves, and a positive attitude!
In addition, if you have your own pair of loppers, hand saw, or weed wrench that would be great to bring along too!
Wednesday, July 10, 2019, from 9 to 12 pm and 12:30 to 3:30 pm. Come for one shift or stay the whole day.
Meet at the trailhead, directions are posted below.
– From the North:
Take NH Route 109 south to Wolfeboro, going down a long hill on North Main Street toward the center of town.
Just before the Wolfeboro Inn, turn right onto Sewall Rd.
– From the South:
Take NH Route 28 north to Wolfeboro, continuing on South Main Street straight through the intersection with NH Route 109 (blinking light) down the hill into the center of town, and start uphill going out of the center of town.
Just past the Wolfeboro Inn, turn left onto Sewall Rd.
– From Sewall Rd.:
Take the 1st right off Sewall Rd., onto Pleasant St.
Take the 2nd left off Pleasant St., onto Clow Rd.
Continue to the end of Clow Rd., stopping before the private driveway that extends from the end of the road.
The Sewall Woods parking area is on the right after the last house on Clow Rd. before the private driveway.
Find the Trail Map with more information about Sewall Woods Conservation Area here.
Sign up by emailing AmeriCorps Member, Micaelie O’Hare, email@example.com.