Garlic Mustard Pull 2012--
L I N C O L N   L A N D  C O N S E R V A T I O N
and the Rural Land Foundation of Lincoln (RLF) to
protect the rural character of Lincoln, Massachusetts through
land conservation, stewardship and education.
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Garlic Mustard Pull
The 8th Annual Garlic Mustard Pull
in Lincoln, MA
Neighborhood Pulls
APRIL 29th- MAY 31st
2016

Collection Bag Distribution/Bag Disposal Info.

Free paper leaf bags will be distributed to residents at:
  • the Community Celebration on April 30th at Pierce Park at the LLCT/Conservation
    Commission table.
  • transfer station on Saturday, May 7 from 10 am to 12 pm.

You can also pick them up at the Conservation Department Office or Lincoln Land Conservation
Trust Office

The lawn and leaf bags have been provided by a generous donation of the
Lincoln Garden Club.
Please return unused bags to the Conservation Department, LLCT office, or your neighborhood
organizer.

Disposal:
Drop Off--
The DPW will designate a space behind their facility on Lewis Street (near the cell
tower) for residents to drop off their Garlic Mustard. Hours – Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 3pm
(No Wall Lettuce)

Pick Up – The Conservation Dept. will pick up full bags of Garlic Mustard in neighborhoods through
May 31 only if you contact them at 781-259-2612 or mckinnond@lincolntown.or
g (No Wall Lettuce)
Please allow a day or two for pick up.

To volunteer for invasive pulling, contact Jane at 781-259-2612 or laytonj@lincolntown.org

Here's how you can help:

Volunteer and encourage others to volunteer for the Conser
vation Department or LLCT. We would
love to have your help!

Let us know if you are willing to volunteer or be paid to pull on others' private property. We can
connect you with people who are looking for help.

Continue to encourage neighbors to pull on there property. If you would like to be a neighborhoo
d
team captain we have great resources available to you.  Please contact Jane for more information
781-259-2612 or laytonj@lincolntown.org