Invasive plants have become an everyday occurrence not only on private property but on public property. The economic implications far exceed our local borders. Native species are being destroyed because of the quicker growing invasive plants which in turn destroy habitat for mammals, birds, beneficial insects, and amphibians. All are not concerned, but for those who are, educate others and direct them to the wealth of information provided below.
Proper Disposal Options
Place in clear plastic bags clearly marked GARLIC MUSTARD and place them out with your trash. The garbage men will pick them up on your regular scheduled pick up day.
Caution: Garlic Mustard should NOT be composted. Do NOT bring it to the Public Works Yard.