The Spurge Laurel (Daphne laureola) is one of the invasive plants the group will be focusing on. Photo via Wikimedia Commons

Comox’s Macdonald Wood Park Society hosting an invasive plant pull

Help keep the park beautiful Saturday

The Macdonald Wood Park Society will be removing invasive plants within the park, Saturday, March 17 from 9 a.m. to noon.

We invite interested members, volunteers and other community groups to join us.

We will be meeting at the entrance portal at the corner of Balmoral Avenue and Croteau Road.

• Wear work gloves and dress for the weather.

• Extra tools and collection bags will be available.

• We will be concentrating our efforts on ivy, holly and Daphne laurel.

The MWPS has been controlling invasive plants within the park for more than10 years.

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