April 2005 Work Day April 18, 2005UncategorizedAnna Stalter Two dozen volunteers worked to remove debris from trails and pick invasive species April 17, 2005. Phoebe Lakin, 9, picks garlic mustard Sunday in the Mulholland Wildflower Preserve. Lakin worked with other volunteers to help remove the nonnative plant that can crowd out native flowering plants. Friends of Six Mile Creek, a citizens’ organization that works to preserve and restore the natural character of the Six Mile Creek Natural Area, organized the work project. Zev Ross, left, Dan Karig and Anna Stalter remove debris from a flood-damaged trail Sunday along Six Mile Creek in the Mulholland Wildflower Preserve. The group, Friends of Six Mile Creek, organized the trail repair work. Other volunteers worked to remove garlic mustard, a non-native plant that can crowd out native flowering plants. Photos and Captions from Bill Warren, Ithaca Journal.