Bagged Garlic Mustard Drop Off
Garlic mustard, a highly invasive and destructive plant, drops thousands of seeds, poisons the soil and out-competes many native plants and tree seedlings.
To this end, the West Michigan Conservation Network has funded an incineration program so bagged garlic mustard can be sent to the incinerator instead of the landfill this spring.
To take advantage of this valuable free service, bagged garlic mustard can be dropped off at Cascade Township Hall from May 7 (after 4:00 p.m.) to May 31 (before 8 a.m.).
After drop off dates, garlic mustard should be bagged and tied tightly for trash pick-up. Please do not burn and do not compost.
For more information, contact WMConservationNetwork@gmail.com
. Be part of the statewide challenge by reporting bag totals to www.stewardshipnetwork.org