The southern fencerow has recently begun to get some much-needed assistance in the battle against the invasive Bush Honeysuckle. For those who aren’t familiar with the Bush Honeysuckle: it develops into colonies by spreading underground rhizomes, and can’t be killed by mere mortals. It is extremely invasive, and chokes out all other plants in the area.
After the fence row is cleared, we will install a basic wire fence with reflectors to mark the boundary line. Part of the cleared southern boundary line will link up with the trail system when completed.