Removing invasive plant species

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More than 30 volunteers turned out in early November, when Friends of Princeton Open Space (FOPOS) hosted its penultimate 2023 weekend volunteer session at the Billy Johnson Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve. Working with FOPOS’s stewardship team, the volunteers removed invasive plant species such as Bush honeysuckle and burning bush from riparian areas to make way for future plantings of native species. PHOTO COURTESY OF FOPOS

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