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Join the neighborhood effort to remove invasive buckthorn and honeysuckle!

These wicked weeds are a real ‘thorn’ in our side.

Here’s why:

  • shade out native plants like trillium and Lady’s slipper orchids.
  • Their berries cause nutrient deficiencies for birds and wildlife.
  • Each berry carries four seeds which are easily spread to neighbors’ yards by birds.
  • They contribute to soil erosion.

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2018 Bay Shore Blufflands Outings and Events

Join us for one event or for all!
For details and registration information, please click the date:

Thursday, 6/21 – Lady Slipper Moveable Fiesta 

Friday, 6/22 – Buckthorn Blast Kick-Off Event 

Monday, 6/25 – Bay Shore Hike and Campfire 

Friday, 7/20 – Fields and Forests Family Hike 

Saturday, 8/18 – Buckthorn Blast Hike 

Friday, 9/14 – Hike & Demo for Property Owners      [Details coming soon!]


Resources and Information

Buckthorn Information:

  https://dnr.wi.gov/wnrmag/2017/10/Buckthorn.PDF

  https://forestrynews.blogs.govdelivery.com/2017/10/27/new-video-on-buckthorn-control-vailable/

Native Plant Suggestions by Zip Code

Contact Bay Shore Property Owners for information on matching grants for invasive species removal >>

For tools, resources, and information on local specialists, Door County Invasive Species Team >>