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Deer Pond Farm

Deer Pond Farm

Invasive Species Management at Deer Pond Farm

Jim Arrigoni, conservation biologist by Deirdra Wallin

Invasive species are non-native plants and animals that reproduce rapidly and have negative impacts on the healthy biodiversity of native plants and animals. Management involves assessment, planning and action to minimize the harm.

At Deer Pond Farm, one of our actions is to conduct staff-led volunteer invasive plant working parties. We identify specific invasive plants and locations to work on as a group while sharing information on the ecology and management of specific species.

Interested in volunteering to support invasive plant species removal? Click here.

For more information on information on the presence, distribution, ecological impacts, and management of invasive species in Connecticut, visit the Connecticut Invasive Plant Working Group.

For more information on invasive species, visit the National Invasive Species Information Center and the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.

Connecticut Conservation Districts   2020 Expanded Edition Invasive Plants In Your Backyard

Pollinator Pathways   12 Invasive Plants that Threaten our Environment, Economy, and Human Health handout.

Protect Our Pollinators’   Common Invasive Garden Plants to Avoid handout.




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