Invasive Plant Removal

Invasive plants and vines are a serious problem in Connecticut and throughout the world because they out-compete, displace, or kill other species. Many were introduced accidentally or intentionally for garden use and thrive and proliferate.

Photo: Bittersweet berries in the fall by Mn Dept of Agriculture

Bittersweet in winter
brown land

Greenwich Green & Clean always seeks volunteer assistance in removing or at least slowing the growth of invasive plants.  

We explain the problems to student groups as well as adults, who then get to work either digging and pulling up or cutting down these aggressive plants.

Invasive Plant Guide

Removing invasive plants at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park