Wednesday - 05/04/2022
Join the City of Davenport and Partners of Scott County Watersheds in improving the natural habitat adjacent to Duck Creek!
Garlic mustard is an invasive species that can quickly overrun a woodland area, deteriorating the health of the ecosystem and subsequently, the watershed. Volunteers of all ages are needed to help remove the garlic mustard by hand pulling and digging the plants out; volunteers may also help remove honeysuckle. There will also be an opportunity to plant some native woodland species! No prior experience is necessary!
Gloves and trowels will be provided, but feel free to bring your own. Long pants, sturdy shoes, and clothes that can get dirty are recommended.
3248 Valle Vista Rd, Davenport, IA
Invasive species removal
Meet Up Location
We have provided an event location of 3248 Valle Vista Rd to help guide volunteers to the planting location. You may park along E George Washington Blvd, Valle Vista Dr, or consider parking in parking lots adjacent to Garfield Elementary on 29th St and walking through the park or residential streets to get the location. Volunteers should clearly see the work area once at the corner of E George Washington Blvd and Valle Vista Rd.
Registration for event