Annie Mae and Lucy Bea are protecting our forest by pulling invasive garlic mustard plants! Garlic mustard threatens the biodiversity of our forests by monopolizing nutrients of sun, soil and water, diminishing the supply needed to sustain a healthy and thriving forest.
Why is this important??
Our native plant and animal species are adapted to an environment rich in diverse resources. Invasive, non-native species like garlic mustard have the potential to destroy these habitats.
Here you can read more about how to identify garlic mustard and why its presence has become one of the number one threats to our forests.