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Callery Pear Buyback 2024

Callery Pear Buyback 2024

Registration and Sign-Up The Missouri Invasive Plant Council (MoIP), in partnership with Forest ReLeaf of Missouri, Forrest Keeling Nursery, and the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), will host a Callery (Bradford) pear “buyback” program in locations around...

Pear Buyback 2023

Pear Buyback 2023

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...

2023 Awards Nominations Open Now!

The period for this year's Invasive Plant Action Awards nominations is now open! Submit your nomination using this Google form. The deadline to submit nominations is June 15, 2023. Visit our Awards page to learn more. 2022 MoIP Invasive Plant Action Individual...

Callery Pear Buy-back 2023

Callery Pear Buy-back 2023

Registration and Sign-Up The Missouri Invasive Plant Council (MoIP), in partnership with Forest ReLeaf of Missouri, Forrest Keeling Nursery, and the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), will host a Callery pear “buyback” program in locations around the state on...

Invasive to Watch This Month

Birdsfoot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus) occurs statewide, but mostly north of the Missouri River in fields, roadsides, waste places, and on other disturbed areas.

Bird’s-foot trefoil is a many-branched perennial with prostrate to ascending stems reaching six to 24 inches tall. Flowers are in umbels, terminal, with the typical configuration of pea flowers, bright golden yellow.

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