Jackson Audubon Society

 The Audubon Society of Jackson County, Michigan

Glossy Buckthorn Removal

Tuesday, September 01, 2015 12:00 PM | Steve Jerant (Administrator)

We have begun a project to remove the large stand of invasive Glossy Buckthorn that surrounds the fen at Haehnle Sanctuary.  Under a program managed by the US Fish & Wildlife Service, equipment has been brought on site to start the eradication of an old stand of buckthrons.  Tom Eitniear of the USF&WS has brought in Dennis Marshall to mow down these invasives.  They will work on this another few days this year, but only a portion of the stand will be removed this year.  This project will continue for the next several years.  For videos, see our JAS YouTube feed.



Chipper machine at work



View of work area looking east from Dike trail


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