Get the Garlic!


Volunteers are needed in April and May to remove the destructive non-native invasive Garlic Mustard plant.
Earn community service hours on your own schedule*.


  • Group size of 1-50
  • Minimum of two removal visits
  • Ability to read a map and travel off trail
  • Dress accordingly for work in the forest
  • Be prepared to bend, crouch, and carry out bags of removed plants
  • spread the word that Garlic Mustard is a tasty culinary herb!

Apply for a plot via email through Volunteer Coordinator, Melinda Fegler. *Schedule must fit within the hours of 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.

West Virginia White Butterfly eggs die if accidentally laid on this plant.