Join WPC’s Land Stewardship Coordinator Andrew Zadnik on Wednesday, May 8, for a working visit to Wolf Creek Narrows Natural Area, located near Slippery Rock in Butler County. Wolf Creek Narrows is known for its spectacular display of spring wildflowers, including Virginia bluebell, trout lily and white trillium. While enjoying the wildflowers, participants can lend a hand pulling garlic mustard, an exotic invasive plant that’s threatening the native biodiversity of the site.
Participants will meet at the parking lot at 12 p.m. – for those who want to pack a lunch, it should be a great day for a picnic. For more information on Wolf Creek Narrows, including directions and a map, visit the WPC website or contact Andrew Zadnik at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-586-2318.