Our mission is to inspire everyone to remove invasive weeds and protect the native habitat. Weed Warrior stewardship projects restore a healthy balance to the environment by removing invasive weeds and planting native species plants.
Weed Warriors work with cities and communities to reduce the negative impact of invasive, noxious weeds in public places, like parks, trails, and open spaces.
The program offers education about invasive weeds, methods for control or eradication, and provides opportunities where volunteers participate in "hands-on" restoration projects; thus improving the environmental health, and aesthetic and recreational qualities of our public places.
Newcastle Earth Day Celebrates
"Living in Harmony with Nature"
Lake Boren Park, April 19th, 2014. 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Newcastle, named one of the most livable small cities by Fortune 500 also welcomes wildlife to yards, parks, and open spaces by registering with the National Wildlife Federation as a Community Wildlife Habitat. Newcastle is "savvy" when it comes to living in harmony with nature by providing a healthy, outdoor environment with a balance of trails and parks for residents to enjoy, and open space habitats that sustain wildlife.
Celebrate Newcastle's connection to the environment at Earth Day! More about Earth Day 2014 and how to Participate
Our motto: "We Battle Invasive Weeds and Restore Habitats "
Our Mission is to inspire everyone to remove invasive noxious weeds.
Weed Warrior projects reflect the willingness of citizens of all ages to be involved
and take part in their community as environmental stewards.
Consider our Volunteer Efforts and Support Environmental Projects
in our Parks, Trails and Open Spaces! .
Your support makes our free, educational outreach projects possible.
Thank you for your Donation to Support Weed Warrior Environmental Program.
For Information on the Weed Warriors, please read Who We Do ~~~~~~ Check thePhotos Page for Pictures of Past Projects
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