Sue Kiesewetter reports:
A bumper crop of teasel along the outside trail of the largest field at Cherokee Park has prompted a plea for volunteers.
Liberty Township Park Committee member Chuck Holliday needs volunteers Friday and Saturday mornings to help clip flowers off teasel plants that weren’t mowed.
“We will be working…trying to keep as many of teasel plants from going to seed as we can,’’ Holliday said in an email.
The area can’t be mowed in the savanna area because it might destroy good plants that are growing there, Holliday said.
Workers are needed from about 8:30-11 a.m., both days, at the park, 4616 Watoga Dr.
Volunteers are asked to bring hand clippers or lopping shears and wear long sleeves and gloves to pile or bag the flower heads, once clipped.
For more information, call 513-305-6223 or email email@example.com.