DESCRIPTION: (includes instructions, what to bring, relative difficulties, interesting features, & carpooling directions)
This project’s objective is to increase plant diversity and help preserve the native plants by removing non-native invasive plants. Wear long sleeves and pants, work gloves. Bring tools such as loppers, hand saws, pruners, shovels. All help is welcome and there is work for all levels: from pulling easy to remove honeysuckle vines, to sawing down linden viburnum. The walk to the worksite varies between 0.25 to 1.0 mile. Any questions, please contact Terri Tipping. Backup contacts are: Jim March and Mike Czupryna.
WHERE: White Clay Creek State Park – Judge Morris Estate
NEAREST ADDRESS: 54 Polly Drummond Hill Rd Newark, DE
White Clay Creek State Park – Judge Morris Estate 54 Polly Drummond Hill Rd Newark, DE
From the intersection of DE-2 (Kirkwood Highway) & DE-7 (Limestone Rd). Take DE-2 (Kirkwood Highway) west for 3.3 mi. Turn right onto Polly Drummond Hill Rd & proceed 0.2 mi. The parking lot on the right.