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We have been managing garlic mustard in the Park (hand-pulling) with
assistance from Jill Weber and Partners for Plants and other helpful
volunteers. This will be our 3rd season of (informal) management.

Geneva Chase, Botanist
Acadia National Park
P. O. Box 177
Bar Harbor, ME 04609
(207) 288-8732



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Thanks Geneva, We are starting to get a picture of the challenges on MDI.
Is
any work being done to remove the garlic mustard from any of the sites.  We
will be in touch with park folks as we start planning how to proceed.

Don


Donald Cameron, Botanist/Ecologist
Maine Natural Areas Program
Maine Department of Conservation
#93 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0093
phone - 207-287-8041 / fax 207-287-8040

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Subject: Re: Know of any garlic mustard sites?

We have about sixteen garlic mustard sites in Acadia National Park and a
few
on neighboring easement properties.

Garlic mustard grows extensively along West Street Extension in downtown
Bar
Harbor.

College of the Atlantic has garlic mustard in and around the community
gardens.

Geneva

Geneva Chase, Botanist
Acadia National Park
P. O. Box 177
Bar Harbor, ME 04609
(207) 288-8732