Sunday Walk: Invasives Control in Shenandoah National Park (Rescheduled)

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Sunday, January 27, 2019
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Join Master Naturalist and VNPS Piedmont Chapter Board Member Robin Williams to see the progress that has been made in invasive removal from a relatively rare Northern Blue Ridge Montane Alluvial Forest plant community in SNP near Sperryville in Rappahannock County.

The walk will be led by Robin who has helped remove invasive alien plants for several years. The walk is easy but we may go off trail through some underbrush on fairly level ground, and sturdy shoes and a walking stick are recommended. Some of you may want to climb over a stone wall to explore other areas of interest. Also, the walk will not go across the Thornton River. There are no facilities at this location. Space is limited and your RSVP is welcome.

We will caravan from Sperryville to the start of the walk about 3 miles west into Shenandoah National Park. To receive directions and details to the meeting place send email to

This walk is Free and all are welcome. Join us!

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This walk was originally planned for Sunday January 19, but was rescheduled to January 27 due to weather conditions.

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