Learn about the spotted lanternfly lifecycle at the Heritage Farm from the experts at Cornell Cooperative Extension. You’ll help us remove wild grape vines from our southern fence as a way to reduce their feeding supply. We’ll share other tactics Cornell has implemented to control the spotted lanternfly population, and what might work for your garden.
WHEN: February 15 | 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
WHERE: Compost Demo Site at Snug Harbor (View site map at https://snug-harbor.org/visit/directions/)
ADMISSION: Free | Registration requested here
This will be a volunteer day on the farm, so please dress for the weather and the work. We recommend wearing layers, close-toed shoes, preferably boots. Bring work gloves if you have them!
This event is in partnership with Sam Anderson, Urban Agriculture Specialist at Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Harvest New York, which is dedicated to growing New York’s Agriculture and Food Economy.