Garlic Mustard Pulling Time!
This natural area, located on the Sandusky State Scenic River, was originally acquired as a Scenic River area. The large wooded riverine corridor contains large oaks, sycamore, ash, tulip and cottonwoods, as well as a spectacular diversity of spring wildflowers including sharp-lobed hepatica, Dutchman's breeches, squirrel-corn, three trillium species, twinleaf, white and yellow trout-lily and marsh marigold. The display of marsh marigolds and skunk cabbage found in the floodplain is particularly striking in early May.
What our project entails: Collier has a wonderful spring wildflower display and we will be pulling garlic mustard.
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Directions: Located approximately 3 miles northeast of McCutchenville at the southwestern edge of Seneca County. From McCutchenville, proceed 3 miles east on County Rd 58, then .5 mile north on Township Rd 131, and .25 mile east on Township Rd 38. Driving directions HERE.
What to bring: Lunch, water, waterproof or rubber boots, gloves and a shovel.