Weed pull targets Common Tansy

RADIUM HOT SPRINGS —Wildsight is asking all citizens, businesses and local organizations to join together to remove an invasive plant that is taking over the native plant ecology of Radium's Sinclair Creek and its trail system.

RADIUM HOT SPRINGS —Wildsight is asking all citizens, businesses and local organizations to join together to remove an invasive plant that is taking over the native plant ecology of Radium’s Sinclair Creek and its trail system.

There is a large infestation of Common Tansy in the Sinclair Creek area.

A community weed pull to remove Tansy growth, plant native species and increase education about invasive plants is set for September 10 at 9 a.m.

Meet at the Sinclair Creek trailhead. From Radium, head west down Forsters Landing Rd. Just before the mill, turn right on a dirt road where you will see signs that lead you to the Sinclair Creek trail.

Lunch and drinks will be provided, thanks to sponsorship from the East Kootenay Conservation Program and the Regional District of East Kootenay. Please bring a shovel and gloves if you can, if not, these will be provided to you.

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