English Ivy Removal – Hundred Acre Wood Trails in Coquille

Help the Wild Rivers Coast Mountain Bicycle Association and the South Coast Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Oregon remove invasive English Ivy at the new Coquille Hundred Acre Wood trail system to protect the beautiful trees that cover this trail system.

This will be the first volunteer trail work event at Hundred Acre Wood, and fully supported by the City of Coquille. More about the site: https://cityofcoquille.org/comm_services/100_acre_wood.php

When: Saturday, January 20th at 9am
Where: Hundred Acre Wood Trails – https://maps.app.goo.gl/pd343u2PPDRZr9K77
What: Removal of invasive weed species English Ivy that grows on native plant life, primarily trees

Be sure to bring gloves, sturdy shoes and comfortable clothing. This is a rain or shine event, though high winds will cancel!

Please plan to arrive prior to 9am so you are ready for basic education and instruction starting at 9am.

The WRCMBA tool trailer will be on site, but we encourage folks to bring pruners, loppers and hand saws as that will be the primary tools for ivy removal.

We are asking that you please RSVP for this so we can have a rough headcount of volunteers and can contact you if we need to cancel. Please click the link below to RSVP https://forms.office.com/r/bSMB2Ff4Cz