Volunteers and Forest Park Eternal Workers Eliminate Invasion of More Than 3 Hectares of Kennedy Forest – Forest Park Forever

On a beautiful, sunny Saturday, November 6, more than 150 volunteers and the staff of Forest Park Eternal gathered together to eradicate invasive species in the Kennedy Forest. Over three hectares of Kennedy Forest has been carefully selected by volunteers and staff with one goal in mind.

Why does it eliminate invasive species?

Eliminating invasive species is part of supporting a healthy and healthy ecosystem. The living world and all its systems are complex. Invading species are indigenous species that disrupt the structure of these networks and partnerships.

However, the elimination of invasive species should not be considered as a last resort. It is important to understand that chronic stress has a long-term impact on the natural environment.

Active management of invasive species is better than waiting for the species to take over, and supporting a strong, immune system is a very active approach. Diverse, resistant habitat, completely protects against invasive species. For example, in a dwelling like this, when the tree falls and opens a new hole, the sun-loving plants quickly fill the space. And as the trees grow and cast more shade into the area, more plants will be able to withstand the shade of other areas.

The team crossed the Wallk by Kennedy Forest Board. Thanks to our five-year Charitable Foundation grant, we will be adding 5.1 acres this year to our Kennedy Forest reforestation process.

In general, the main goal was to reduce the number of invasive brush strokes in the park, especially with the restored areas, thus reducing the constant pressure on the park.

These fast-moving actors together have eliminated it altogether Six dump truck loadsThis is equivalent to 40 cubic yards! Thanks to everyone who helped us renovate this beloved forest park so that people and wildlife can enjoy it now and forever.

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