Category Archives: Neighborhood restoration projects

Japanese Knotweed Along Madison’s SW Bike Path: Update on Control Efforts

Madison, WI September 10, 2014.  This blog has written about Japanese knotweed in Madison before.  In an earlier post we reported on the extensive forest and scattered outliers of Japanese knotweed (Polygonun cuspidatum) that infests portions of the SW Bike Path … Continue reading

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Glenway Prairie Work Party This Saturday (8.18.12)

Sandy Stark, DMNA Path Committee Chair sends this reminder and call for volunteers: “Hello, vacationers and gardeners and volunteers.” “This coming Saturday, from 9:30-11:30, drop by to help dig out or clip burdock, hedge parsley, thistle, ragweed around our Glenway/Path … Continue reading

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City to Continue Weed Control on SW Bike Path

City Engineer Robert Phillips, P.E. announced yesterday that City (of Madison) Engineering will fund a second year of work to contain, and eventually eradicate,  Japanese knotweed from areas bordering the SW Bike Path.  (See earlier blog post on the status … Continue reading

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