LECTURE ON THE INVASIVE SAHARA MUSTARD TUESDAY AT HI-DESERT NATURE MUSEUM

LECTURE ON THE INVASIVE SAHARA MUSTARD TUESDAY AT HI-DESERT NATURE MUSEUM

Invasive species are considered the largest threat to biodiversity, second only to habitat loss. Joshua Tree National Park is threatened by the invasive Sahara mustard plant. Managing editor Tami Roleff has more on the annual kick-off event for the “Hold the Mustard” campaign…

According to Park Officials, the non-native Sahara mustard plant is invading Joshua Tree National Park and has the potential to do lasting harm to the native desert ecosystem. Join Josh Hoines, who will address invasive species and their threat to biodiversity, the economy, and the direct threats to the park at a presentation at the Hi-Desert Nature Museum Tuesday, February 11, starting at 6:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.

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