Trees are in danger . . . but neighborhood volunteers stop that! July, September 2005.
Flags mark former locations of kudzu to monitor. September and December 2005.
Volunteers that work the site include Master Gardener Association of the Piedmont students-in-training, and other Coalition volunteers. December 2005.
Volunteers return in the spring, and continue their labors. March 2006.
Spring flowers? No! Colored flags mark locations of removed kudzu crowns! Click to see more flags. March 2006.
Kudzu makes an attractive ground cover in early Spring under shady conditions — until it begins to climb and kill trees! May 2006.
Much work is accomplished (right), but much work remains (left). July 2006.
Spring "flowers" (flags) in winter. Click to see more. December 2006.
In October 2007 the Coalition declared 100% kudzu kill for the site!