Public Review & Comments Requested for Environmental Assessment
George Washington Carver National Monument would like to invite the public to review the Heartland Invasive Plant Management Plan and Environmental Assessment. The newly developed plan will guide the park and fourteen other national parks in the Midwest Region in eradication, control, or containment of invasive plants.
Did You Know?
George Washington Carver dedicated 47 years of his life to teaching and working at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. He chose a life of service to his fellow man and became a symbol of interracial cooperation. Photo courtesy of Tuskegee University