Help Stop Invasive Species: Missouri Invasive Plant Task Force presents Top 25 Expanding Invasive Plants list for public education during National Invasive Species Awareness Week Part I — February 22–28, 2021

February 24, 2021 | News

We wanted to take a moment and thank everyone who made the 2023 Pear Buyback possible. Because of you, we were able to remove hundreds of invasive Callery (Bradford) Pear trees all over Missouri! This is no small feat. This year, we had a total of nine sites around the state distributing free native trees to those who registered and submitted a photo of their cut down Callery Pear tree. Thanks to you all, we can continue to grow our efforts in the future! Lastly, a very special thank you to our volunteers who gave their time at each location and throughout this process, and, of course, to our program partners:

Forest ReLeaf –; Forrest Keeling –; and Missouri Department of Conservation –

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