Friends of the Hunt River Watershed

Hunt River Watershed Field Guide and Invasive Plant Atlas of New England

Home
Hunt River Watershed Field Guide and Invasive Plant Atlas of New England
Watershed Maps and Tour Information
Stream Flow at Old Forge Rd, Dam
Hunt River Watershed Photo Gallery
GPS Locations For Road Crossings
Links
Hunt River Watershed on YouTube
What You Can Do
Membership
Up Coming Events
Contact Us

1002.jpg
INDIAN PIPE, Montropa uniflora

Enter subhead content here

Click here to view the Hunt River Watershed Field Guide

HERE FOR: Invasive Plant Atlas of New England

In October of 2007 a graduate student from U.R.I. discovered that the extremely invasive Water Chestnut (Trapa natans)was taking root in Belleville Pond in North Kingstown, RI.  While Belleville Pond is not part of the Hunt River Watershed the Friends of the Hunt River Watershed believe cooperation between watershed groups and partnerships with the community is the key to iraticate the problem of invasive plants in Rhode Island.

9996.jpg

Stop.jpg

Go here for photos of Water Chestnut and of the July 12, 2008 Water Chestnut Pull in Belleville Pond organized by Rhode Island Natural History Survey

Enter supporting content here