Please join us Tuesday, November 14, as we kick off another season of Pepper Busting around Cedar Key and the local Refuges. Your help is needed to eradicate this noxious exotic plant from our shorelines and preserve our pristine Nature Coast.
9:00 a.m. Meet at the LSNWR Refuge Headquarters (on CR 347 just south of Fowlers Bluff) for the Training Class on Identification & Control of Brazilian Pepper plants on the Refuge and Cedar Key Islands
10:30 a.m.- 12:00 noon. Meet at the entrance to the Lukens Tract on SR-24 just North of #4 bridge for Pepper Bustin' work in the area.
Wear long pants, hats/caps, and long sleeve shirts
We have boots, goggles, gloves, sprayers, loppers, clippers, & saws
Come enjoy the great outdoors, friendship, camaraderie, and a great sense of accomplishment as we eliminate these harmful pest plants from our natural landscape!