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Join us as we work to preserve the beauty of Greenwich Point by tackling the elimination of the pervasive invasive, Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia Japonica).


This rapidly growing plant is quick to shade out native species and garden plants.  The underground roots grow at lighting speed invading new areas.  Cutting can eventually draw down enough of the plants reserves to kill them.


Help control the spead of this invasive plant by volunteering with the FoGP Pruners!


Japanese Knotweed Removal

July 11, 25 and August 22

8:30 - 10:30 am

Meet in the second parking lot past the Chimes Building

Help Cut Back the Invaders at GP


The Friends of Greenwich Point is looking for volunteers to assist in invasive vine cutting, garlic mustard plant removal, japanese knotweed cutting and porcelain berry removal.  If interested, send us an email at

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