EXPERTS DISCUSS JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK INVASIVE PLANT SPECIES TOMORROW

EXPERTS DISCUSS JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK INVASIVE PLANT SPECIES TOMORROW

The Mojave Chapter of the California Native Plants Society will host a discussion on non-native and invasive plant species in Joshua Tree National Park. Reporter Andrew Dieleman has the details…
Joshua Tree National Park is home to over 750 species of vascular plants, of which 58 are non-native and many are highly invasive. The local Mojave Chapter of the California Native Plants Society will give a presentation, led by Joshua Tree National Park Vegetation Branch Manager Neil Frakes, on the devastating effects of non-native plants in the national park and what the team at the park is doing to control the issue. The presentation will take place on Thursday, January 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Black Rock Nature Center, located at 9800 Black Rock Canyon Road in Yucca Valley.

For more information:
https://www.mdlt.org/events/event/mojave-chapter-cnps-meeting-2/

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