Mishe Moneto Preserve is a 255-acre Preserve located along Big Darby Creek, just east of Darbyville. This site conserves over 1.2 miles of Darby Creek riverfront, and boasts a plethora of spring wildflowers, upland forested ridges and bottomland riparian forested corridor and wetlands. Our efforts will focus on the hand pulling of small garlic mustard and honeysuckle which threaten the native flowers and groundcover within Mishe Mineto. Your help is greatly appreciated!
Time: Meet at 10:00 a.m. or come when you can
What to Bring: Work gloves, snacks, lunch and/or drinks of your choice.
Location: Mishe Moneto is located on the east side of Big Darby Creek, across from Darbyville. Take the first driveway east of the river (last driveway going west) on the south side of Highway 316. Look for AOA signs and cones. Turn sharply to the west and follow the long, grassed roadway through the gate and along the edge of the woods to the back corner of the field.