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  1. ISN Partner Meeting

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    Hosted at the Boardman River Nature Center Join ISN to hear invasive species updates from ISN and its partners - including field season reports, strategic plan review, Go Beyond Beauty news, and much more! Coffee and light refreshments are provided. For fellowship beforehand, bring you lunch early! RSVPs are not required but questions can be directed to ISN Coordinator, Katie Grzesiak - (231) 941-0960 x 29 or kgrzesiak@gtcd.org www.habitatmatters.org
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    Join ISN to remove Japanese barberry from downtown Frankfort! Located next to City Hall, on Main St., this beautiful park is full of barberry and we want to remove the plants and replace them with native species. This is hard but rewarding work - ISN will provide all tools, just bring gloves! For more information, please contact ISN Outreach Specialist, Emily Cook - (231)941-0960 x 20 or ecook@gtcd.org
  3. Benzie County Woody Invasives Workbee

    When: Saturday, September 24 — Time TBDWhere: TBD
  4. Leelanau County Woody Invasives Workbee

    When: Friday, September 23 — Time TBDWhere: Clay Cliffs Natural Area, Leland
  5. Grand Traverse County Woody Invasives Workbee

    When: Saturday, September 10 — Time TBDWhere: TBD
  6. Manistee County Woody Invasives Workbee

    When: Friday, September 9 — Time TBDWhere: Lake Bluff Bird Sanctuary
  7. Kid’s Creek Invasives Workbee

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    Join ISN, The Watershed Center, and Munson Medical to remove invasives and trash from the restored Kid’s Creek! This space is a beautiful natural area for patients to walk in and view, and it needs our help. Bring garden gloves and your favorite garden hand tools and get ready to make a difference! Snacks will be provided.