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OfflineEventAttendanceMode Transylvania County Library 212 S Gaston St. Brevard, NC Transylvania County Library 212 S Gaston St. Brevard, NC Transylvania County Center 2 weeks ago

Non-Native Invasive Plants Presentation

Conserving Carolina Conservation Easement Manager Torry Nergart will be presenting on non-native invasive plants and insects at the Master Gardener Educational Program on Tuesday, February 13th from 10-11 a.m. in the Rogow Room of the Transylvania County Library. 

Please join us to learn about the impacts non-native invasives are having on our environment and what we can do to reduce the damage.

Torry joined Conserving Carolina after spending nearly ten years in the dynamic position of Park Ranger with Gorges and Haw River State Parks. Growing up in the Sauratown mountains around Danbury, NC, Torry poled canoes, camped, fished and biked—fostering a love for the outdoors. Torry holds degrees in Forest Management and Natural Resources Conservation and Management, having attended Haywood Community and Western Carolina University. A resident of Brevard along with his wife Allison and daughter Avery, Torry enjoys family time in Pisgah exploring and playing in our eastern forests.

The public is welcome to attend and there is no cost for this event.

“This event is neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Transylvania County Library or Government.”

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