For the sixth year in a row, Friends of Broad Ripple Park volunteers gathered to remove garlic mustard from the 10-Acre Woods in Broad Ripple Park. This year, people had a little more time on their hands than usual and pulling provided the opportunity to be outdoors in a pleasant setting while safely distanced.
On nine different days in April, a total of 23 volunteers spent 74 hours filling 100 large trash bags with garlic mustard. We worked in all parts of the woods, including the densely-invaded northern edge. We have made a difference over the years, but we cannot quit.
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