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Dates:Thursday, August 5, 2021
Hours:6-7:30PM
Ages:Teens, Adults
In/Outdoor:Indoor, Outdoor
Cost:$ see below
Category:Lectures/Discussions
Join The Trustees, wetland scientist Michael DeRosa and master gardener Catherine Carney-Felman, for a virtual lecture all about invasive plant species management and native plant restoration.

Using the foundation of works by Dr. Douglas Tallamy (Bringing Nature Home, Nature’s Best Hope, The Nature of Oaks) we will discuss the importance of identifying and managing invasive plant species in our own yards and re-establishment of native species in a collective effort to restore the caterpillar and insect populations that form the basis of our interconnected food webs.

We will also discuss some invasive plant removal and management techniques and consider native plants that we can all use to form the important plant communities that can be easily incorporated in our home and neighborhood landscapes.

Virtual lecture attendees are welcome to a complimentary tour of our wetlands gardens at Stevens-Coolidge House & Gardens on .

Michael DeRosa is a Professional Wetland Scientist and population ecologist specializing in ecological restoration.

He is a Licensed Site Professional and manages hazardous waste site evaluations, assessments, and remedial actions within the Commonwealth and a LEED Accredited Professional under the US Green Building Council.

Mike incorporated DeRosa Environmental Consulting, Inc.

in 1994 and has cultivated the company into a diversified group of scientists that develop ecologically based solutions to the environmental problems of the day.

Catherine Carney-Felman, M.

Ed., Master Gardener, NOFA Certification, Member of the Ipswich Conservation Commission, Board Member of the Ipswich Humane Group, Principal of Shamrock Acres Environmental Landscape Company, volunteer in charge of the nature gardens at the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary and Ipswich River Watershed Association, writer, lecturer, and speaker on many environmental, gardening and animal subjects, unabashed tree hugger and animal rescuer.

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Trustees Member: $15;Nonmember: $20;Complimentary Wetland Garden Tour: Saturday August 7th at 10AM

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thetrustees.org/event/63730/

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153 Chickering Road, North Andover, MA, 01845 map
Phone: 978.607.1133

Virtual Zoom Lecture. Attendees are welcome to a complimentary tour of our wetlands gardens at Stevens-Coolidge House & Gardens on Saturday August 7th at 10AM. 153 Chickering Road, North Andover MA

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  • This lecture will be held on Zoom. Space is limited; pre-registration is required.
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