THE INVASIVE PLANT HARVEST
Removing exotic invasive vegetation from parks and private lands can help restore native plant and animal communities.
The practice harnesses the inherent wealth of unwanted plants, with the ideal that they can sustainably fund their own removal.
SELECTED ARTICLES AND REVIEWS
Bounty, by Aimee Lee, It's my party, October, 2015
Invasive Ink and Canvas, Nature Conservancy Magazine (print),
Environmental artist, activism protect nature, by Mary Sebold, Bamboo Pen, 2015
The Alien Aesthetic, Conservation Magazine, University of Washington, Winter 2014
Turning invasive exotic plants into art, by Allison Gillespie, Where You Are Planted, 2013
Index1407b:Pigments from Rosa multiflora, Lonicera maackii, Mahonia bealei and weed soot on paper from Broussonetia payrifera;
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