fish creek water chestnut pull

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We are recruiting volunteers to help remove invasive Water Chestnut plants from Fish Creek. Water Chestnut is an aquatic invasive plant that forms dense floating mats that can negatively impact the environment, economy, and recreational use of the area. This event is weather dependent. Participants should bring their kayaks, canoes, SUPs, rowboats, waders, life jackets, protective gloves and 5-gallon buckets. For those who don't have, Kayak Shak will be providing boats and life jackets free of charge for the event.

The Event is scheduled for

Saturday, June 30th from 8 am – 11 am.

Registration is required in advance. There will be a brief training on water chestnut identification and removal given by the Capital Mohawk Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management (PRISM), followed immediately by the launch.

RSVP to michelleh@saratogaplan.org

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2 Comments

    • John Kettlewell

      Great! We look forward to seeing you there. The best way to RSVP for an event is to either call the office or email us directly. Thanks!

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