Vine Vindicator Training Day

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On Saturday, Aug. 16, Liz Stoffel, Land Manager for the American Chestnut Land Trust, will lead a training day session from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The topic of the day will be non-native invasive plants as a threat to our forests and wildlife. Lunch will be provided for pre-registered participants.

Become skilled at identifying non-native plants.  Learn invasive plant removal and management techniques that work. We will be identifying common invasive plant species that live on ACLT managed lands. This training will include a presentation, group exercises and hands on identification and removal techniques.

Directions:  From Prince Frederick, Maryland: From the light at state Route 2/4, go approximately 2 miles east on Dares Beach Road. Turn right onto Double Oak Road and drive one mile.  Turn left onto the gravel lane, drive past the ACLT office, and park in the designated area adjacent to the office. The ACLT office address is 676 Double Oak Road, Prince Frederick.

Be sure to dress for the weather. Training will be held indoors and out. Please wear or bring boots, hiking or waterproof, and durable clothes. Shorts and/or open-toed shoes are not recommended.

Please register with Liz Stoffel at (410) 414-3400 or You must register to participate in this land management training activity. Registration will help us keep you posted of last minute changes and to have lunch available for you. Visit and learn more about us at

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