From: Muskegon State Park
3560 Memorial Drive
North Muskegon, MI 49445
Japanese barberry is commonly planted as a landscape ornamental, but has escaped and is spreading in our forests and dunes. Volunteer stewards have already removed an amazing amount of this nasty invader and we are well on our way to removing all of it from the park. Join in the effort to stop the spread! No experience is necessary. Volunteers will be removing plants along the Lost Lake trail from the Snug Harbor trailhead. Meet in the Snug Harbor parking area (across from Park Headquarters). Turn left (towards the boat launch) in the parking area to the Lost Lake trailhead. GPS coordinates: 43.248479, -86.345718
For more information contact Heidi M. Frei, Natural Resource Steward for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation Division, Stewardship Unit at 517-202-1360 or email@example.com.
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A Recreation Passport is required for entry into all Michigan state parks and recreation areas. Check "YES" when you renew your license plate. Learn more at www.michigan.gov/recreationpassport.
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