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September 16 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Grant Verdegaal will present “Local Invasive Plants” at our September 16, 2021 Chapter Meeting. Grant will discuss local invasive plants and control methods. In addition a hands on Advanced Training Class will be scheduled at the Lewisville Thrive park in October on invasive plant identification.
Grant is a Forestry and Horticulture Technician for the City of Lewisville. His responsibilities include maintenance of LLELA, Thrive Nature Park and the Pollinator Pocket Prairies throughout the city.
Grant grew up in the farmland of the Central Valley of California. Grant studied Plant Health at California State University Fresno and Forestry and Natural Resources at Reedley College. His work experience includes the Kern and Pixley National Wildlife Refuges where he focused on the removal of Salt Cedar. The invasive control work at the refuge was done to aid in the restoration of habitat for the endangered San Joaquin Kit Fox and the Tipton kangaroo Rat.